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Pickpockets picked up by military police

Banteay Meanchey military police on Friday sent four pick-pocket thieves to provincial court after a migrant worker in town from Thailand complained to police that her money had been stolen from her pocket.

The culprits were a group of four young men, whose ages ranged from 17 to 22. The incident took place on Thursday, but police didn’t investigate until Friday when the fourth suspect was found.

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