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Mobile-stealing ruffians won’t need credit in jail

Mobile-stealing ruffians won’t need credit in jail

They were partners in crime who intended on living apart until news of their violent home invasion blew over.

Too bad two of them were arrested and reunited in prison so soon. The four, armed with knives and sticks, raided the home of a Chinese couple in Kampong Cham on Friday, beating the occupants and escaping with mobile phones.

To make it difficult for the cops, the men split, but after a complaint from victims, two of them were tracked to hideouts in Kampot and Prey Veng. DEUM AMPIL


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