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It’s not easy to hide a tuk-tuk, thieves learn

Turns out it’s a buyer’s tuk-tuk market, as three would-be sellers – and alleged thieves – found out on Monday. Police said the three men had boosted two tuk-tuks from in front of a home in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district late at night.

Acting on a complaint from the house owner, police visited the local market and spotted the men trying, and apparently failing, to sell the stolen vehicles. Police picked them up and sent them to court. KAMPUCHEA THMEY



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