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Brutal blade attack leaves cops guessing

Brutal blade attack leaves cops guessing

Could it be a love triangle? Police with seemingly little to go on were happy to toss that theory out there after a man was viciously hacked with a cleaver following a night of clubbing on Tuesday.

The Kampong Chhnang town incident happened shortly after the 33-year-old had left a club.

Walking home alone, a man on a moto approached from behind and struck him in the head and back.

The victim is now in hospital, while the suspect remains at large.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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