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Mobile mugger chooses unfortunate spot for theft

A Japanese woman was unlucky enough to have her phone snatched outside the Ministry of Tourism in Phnom Penh, but thanks to the quick thinking of capital police was reunited with her precious device.

After being informed of the theft, police covered all likely exit routes the thieves were expected to take.

Lo and behold, the pair were unable to wriggle through the police dragnet, and were soon being escorted to the station.

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