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Motorbike is hotwired during midday snooze

Motorbike is hotwired during midday snooze

You snooze, you lose, one Kampong Cham town man discovered on Monday. The 25-year-old had stopped off at home for a siesta, parking his moto outside.

A pair of thieves allegedly hotwired the bike and made off with it while the victim napped.

Police tracked one of the suspects down – who confessed, saying he was intending to sell the bike via a criminal network – recovered the stolen property and are searching for his accomplice. NOKORWAT

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