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Guards missing, along with market money

A transparent case full of money? Of course, no one would ever try to break into it, especially not the security guard paid $50 a month to protect it.

A Poipet money changer arrived at her market stall on Monday morning to find her safety box had been pilfered from, with $1,000 stolen. The cash wasn’t the only thing missing, however.

Three security guards who usually watch over the money changers’ stalls at night were also, curiously, missing. Police are looking for them. DEUM AMPIL

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