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Drowsy victim sleeps through moto theft

Drowsy victim sleeps through moto theft

A young garment worker learned a valuable lesson yesterday: you snooze, you lose.

The 19-year-old visited a relative’s rental house and decided to take a nap.

Meanwhile a thief used a key to unlock his moto, which was parked outside the house in Choam Chao commune in the capital’s Por Sen Chey district.

The victim claimed he went to sleep at 4:30am, and awoke at 5:30am to find the moto missing and the gate to the property left open.

Deum Ampil

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