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Man, moto reunited and it feels so good

Man, moto reunited and it feels so good

After losing his moto to a break-in artist late last year, one Daun Penh district local thought he’d never see his wheels again.

That is, until he went to a concert on Tuesday in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district and spotted the bike in the arms of another man.

Police swiftly arrested the 29-year-old suspect, who claimed to have bought the bike from an unknown seller.

The suspect was charged with receiving stolen property and the prize ride returned to its rightful owner. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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