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Fugitive vandal finds herself remembered

An unorthodox welcoming committee turned out to be an unwelcome surprise for one 48-year-old woman in Kandal province yesterday.

The woman had previously lived in the province until 2013, when she fled after refusing to pay compensation for damaging a neighbour’s property, and had relocated to another province.

Figuring three years was enough time for authorities to forget about her, she chanced her return. But police had better powers of recollection than expected and arrested her.

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