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Hoof prints lead police straight to cattle thieves

Four alleged cattle rustlers in Kampong Cham province’s Kampong Siem district were caught off-guard on Saturday whilst trying to load their bovine haul onto a truck to transport to Vietnam.

Police snoops received a tip-off from local villagers and tracked the hoof prints through a nearby forest. The truck driver, 39, and one of the rustlers were arrested, while another two suspects fled.

The suspects confessed and they were sent to court. NOKORWAT

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