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Fugitive comes to prison for a visit, invited to stay

If you're a wanted man, visiting a pal at Phnom Penh’s Prey Sar prison might not be the brightest idea. But that’s exactly what one 35-year-old Dangkor district man did this week.

After going to buck up his friend’s spirits, he found himself spotted by police, who tied him to a long string of fraud cases involving a Lexus, several motorbikes and $1,500 cash. No word on if he’ll be able to share a cell with his mate after his court hearing. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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