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Cattle rustlers just don’t know when to walk away

A case of cattle rustlin’ was solved in rapid fashion by Kampong Thom’s finest this week.

Police said a Stoung district villager filed a complaint on Tuesday after returning from a village party only to find his two heifers and buffalo missing.

The next day police found the bones of what appeared to be all three creatures in a nearby field. Finding the culprits proved a cinch as the rustlers in question got greedy and were caught just two days later pulling the same stunt. Kampuchea Thmey

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