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Past sins comes back to haunt motorbike thief

Past sins comes back to haunt motorbike thief

A 26-year-old moto thief should’ve thought to skip town after burning all his bridges. On Saturday, the man was spotted in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district by former friends he had stolen motos from, and they were in no mood to catch up.

The 25-year-old student and 34-year-old taxi driver turned over the suspect to police, alleging he was the one who had borrowed and then pawned their motos last year. The man admitted to the transgressions, and added a third victim to the list. KAMPUCHEA THMEY


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