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Moto thieves caught by extra-terrestrial spy

Moto thieves caught by extra-terrestrial spy

An alleged moto thief in Preah Sihanouk province who thought he’d gotten away scot free couldn’t escape the ever-watchful eye of global positioning satellites on Sunday.

Police said a man filed a complaint after his bike was pinched from outside his home – a bike that was conveniently fitted with a GPS unit.

Police tracked the unit down yesterday, spotted the man riding the hot set of wheels and gave chase.

The man fled to a secluded spot, abandoned the bike and dashed into the forest, evading capture. The moto, however, was returned to its rightful owner.

Koh Santepheap

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