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Lingering resentment blamed for moto theft

Lingering resentment blamed for moto theft

One man was badly injured in a revenge-fuelled robbery in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Kork district on Wednesday.

Police said two men were riding a moto when a group of six men on three motos started chasing them, brandishing stones, sticks and a machete.

One of the men was hacked with the machete, and the driver dropped the bike so they could both escape on foot.

The bike’s owner later filed a complaint, saying the robbery may have been revenge, as he had argued with the suspects before. NOKORWAT

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