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Cops to marital moto thieves: ‘You did’

It's the sound of sirens – not wedding bells – that will be ringing in the ears of three alleged robbers who tried to tear asunder the union of a wedding guest and his moto earlier this month.

Police said the gang had been active in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district, having last boosted a moto – belonging to the guest – on April 19. Early yesterday morning, however, cops spotted the trio and swooped in, slapping on cuffs and sending all three to court. NOKORWAT

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