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Leave no man behind? Not in thieves’ credo

An unlucky 31-year-old was the only suspected thief arrested on Saturday for stealing a Toyota Camry in Prey Veng province after his three alleged partners in crime managed to escape in the nick of time.

Police stopped the car in Kandal province, leaving the lone arrestee to confess they were on their way to Phnom Penh to sell the car and split the proceeds. He was sent to court, while police remain on the lookout for the slippery trio. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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