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Homeowner sleeping but police were not

A homeowner's slumber was broken by the sounds of an unwelcome visitor trying to break down his wall in Battambang early yesterday morning.

The victim woke up to see the thief trying to force his way into the house, prompting the perpetrator to flee, leaving his moto behind.

However, his sprinting left a bit to be desired, as the police were easily able to arrest him. Cops also seized a host of tools from the dastardly demolition man.

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