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Local thieves not ones to keep urges bottled up

A 35-year-old Kampong Chhnang town man happily getting around on his new moto found out the hard way that he wasn’t the only one who wanted to take a spin.

The man came home on Tuesday night and found four masked men waiting for him. The group broke a bottle over the man’s head, leaving him seriously injured, and took off on the brand new bike. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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