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Ne’er-do-wells also ne’er seem to play it cool

A routine traffic stop turned up something that won’t surprise blotter fans all that much – a gun.

Police said they’d pulled over a pair in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district for failing to wear a helmet on Monday when, naturally, the two bolted.

After a short chase, police had the duo in custody and had uncovered the illegal firearm in question.

Apart from the gun, the two men also confessed to having stolen a few motos in their day. They’re now awaiting a judge.

Koh Santepheap

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