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Keep your friends close and your moto closer

An unfortunate man in Siem Reap barely got his moto back in time before it was sold off by a man who had “borrowed” it.

The victim complained to the cops on February 25, saying that the younger man from his village asked to borrow the bike but never bothered to return it.

Police tracked the suspect to a different commune, where he was about to sell the vehicle.

Instead, the bike was returned to its owner and the suspect is headed to provincial court.

Kampuchea Thmey

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