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GPS device helps police track down stolen moto

A stolen moto proved smarter than the man who was arrested for stealing it on Friday. According to police, the moto, which belonged to a French expat, was taken outside a coffee shop.

But the bike was outfitted with a GPS device, which the expat used to tip off the police, who then showed up at the location in Por Sen Chey and arrested the suspect.

He claimed innocence, saying he had only been hired by someone to repaint it. Police are still investigating. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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