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In case of theft, dial OOO for police, or . . .

It was lucky that a woman, robbed yesterday while on vacation in Sihanoukville, didn’t need to make a call to summon help, because the item that was nicked was her iPhone 6.

The 27-year-old was shopping in the seaside town’s Leur Market when two suspects followed her and nabbed the phone as she was putting it in her bag.

A security guard and police spotted the crime, gave chase, and retrieved the phone. A 15-year-old boy was arrested, but his accomplice of the same age escaped.

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