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Dimwitted thieves lead cops back to their den

A pair of petty thieves got their entire crew arrested after leading cops back to their base of operations in Phnom Penh on Saturday night.

The duo performed the all-too-common moto-to-moto grab, stealing a woman’s purse and driving away in Tuol Kork district.

Police witnessed the incident and pursued them to a nearby school where five other accomplices were waiting. All seven were arrested, while the victim and her purse were reunited.

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