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Dining room set sadly no longer in the cards

Dining room set sadly no longer in the cards

An outing to buy furniture turned into an unvarnished disaster for a woman in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district yesterday.

According to police, the woman had taken more than $6,000 to buy furniture for her new house, leaving it in her car but forgetting to lock it.

While she was perusing chairs and couches, a pair of ruffians entered the car and made off with the cash. Police are now trying to answer the $6,500 question: where are the two men now? Deum Ampil

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