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Fruits of worker’s labour prove bittersweet indeed

Payday and a secluded place rarely mix well, as blotter readers are doubtless aware. Police say a recently paid construction worker was followed into a bathroom, where a man hit her with a rock, grabbing her full salary and running.

By the time she turned around, the opportunistic thief was out of sight. With no description or witnesses, police say they’re hunting but unhopeful. Kampuchea Thmey

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