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Men no longer free to roam with stolen buffalo

A gang of alleged cattle rustlers took to the hills with their lowing loot in Kampong Chhnang’s Teuk Phos district on Saturday, but that wasn’t enough to dodge the long arm of the law.

According to police, a handful of villagers had filed complaints that their buffaloes were disappearing in the night.

While investigating, cops came across three men in the jungle suspiciously babysitting four buffaloes.

The men caved under questioning, admitting they had intended to sell the buffaloes all along. Deum Ampil

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