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For lawbreakers, safety not always in numbers

A sure-fire way for your squad to attract unwanted attention: ride your motorbikes in close proximity to one another in the wee hours of the night.

A group of six seemingly inseparable crooks were pulled over by the patrolling police for just that reason when their three motorbikes were seen manoeuvring their way through the streets of Chroy Changvar district early yesterday morning.

A search turned up five bags of meth, allegedly for their own consumption, leading to an immediate arrest. The close-knit squad are now enjoying some time together at the police station.

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