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Duo parry questions over intent for sword

A sword proved probable cause in the arrest of two men police believed planned to rob their motodop in the capital’s Por Sen Chey district on Wednesday night.

According to police, the suspects, aged 30, had their driver make a U-turn when they came in sight of a roadblock.

Police, noticing the manoeuvre, chased them down for questioning.

Coming upon the sword, the pair promised they intended to sell it to a man supposedly waiting for them. Police instead took them into custody.

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