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Family ties don’t bind for K Chhnang teens

In another tale of nautical crime, two teens were arrested on Tuesday in Kampong Chhnang for stealing a boat motor from one of their relatives.

According to police, the victim, 48, invited the pair, both 17, to his floating village to take part in a traditional ceremony on Monday evening.

The teens stayed overnight, stole the apparatus and motored it out of the man’s home. When the victim realised what had happened, he contacted police, who found the machine at the teens’ home. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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