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Fruit vendor loses half a grand to bag robbers

A fruit vendor had a rotten day after being robbed on the outskirts of Phnom Penh yesterday morning.

The vendor was transporting her wares from the Neak Mean Market on her Honda Cub, en route to Stung Meanchey, but was startled when two motorbike riders pulled alongside, snatched her bag and fled, relieving her of about $500.

Police arrived at a leisurely pace, allowing the thieves plenty of time to disappear.

Koh Santepheap

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