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Crooks should have paid cash for cashews

Some opportunistic thieves got a taste of roughage justice in Kampong Cham’s Stung Trang district, after trying to make off with 400 kilos of cashew nuts on Tuesday.

According to police, the five men, aged 23 to 38, were an active group of thieves who targeted goods in parked vehicles. But when the nut truck’s owner saw them helping themselves to his sacks, he called the cops, who cordoned off the road and seized their cashew cache. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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