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Car door left unlocked just asking for trouble

If you're going to keep a wad of crisp dollar bills in your glove compartment, you should at least make sure the doors are locked.

Asking for trouble, one driver in Banteay Meanchey’s Poipet district ignored this golden rule, and paid the price on Saturday.

The suspect allegedly noticed the lax security, and snuck into the ride while the owner was taking a siesta.

The suspect made off with $200, but police soon caught up with him and sent him to court.

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