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Poisoned pooches work of burglars, say police

Police are blaming a curious incident of dead dogs in the night on a failed burglar. Officers in the capital’s Tuol Kork district said five canines guarding homes died on Saturday after eating meat laced with poison.

Upon finding their best friends taking their last breaths, the owners called police, who later concluded the deaths were the handiwork of a burglar who for reasons unknown had not finished the job. DEUM AMPIL



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