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Lock-cracking larcenists bound for local lock-up

Locking your motorbike up won’t always stop it being pinched, if the experience of a farmer who did just that in Phnom Penh’s Dangkor district is anything to go by. He’d parked his bike by a canal, intending to fill containers with water and transport them to irrigate his rice fields.

But before he could start the job, he saw two suspects, 27 and 33, break his lock and make off with his bike. He alerted cops, who eventually ambushed the pair and reunited the moto with its owner.

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