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Police Blotter: 10 December, 1999

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November 27: A 51 year-old gold seller, Phin Kimly, was shot dead with

a K-54 handgun at 4:30 pm while leaving O'Russei market for his house in Chatomuk

commune, Daun Penh district. Police said the victim was shot once in his chest and

died instantly by four robbers who took a bag of jewelry. The robbers escaped.

 

November 27: Pheang Hengly, 22, a car repairer from Lawrence Engineer Cambodia

company, was found dead at early morning at the garage shop in Toul Tompoung 2 commune,

Chamcarmon district. After inspection, police said the victim, who came from Chombak

village, Prek Prasop district, Kratie province, died from dizziness.

November 27: Lai Tuoch, 30, an immigration policeman, was shot with an

AK-47 at 8:00 pm and seriously wounded by robbers while exchanging fire in Choeung

Kep commune, Kandal. Police said the victim was shot once in his chest by unidentified

offenders who robbed a motorbike from a traveler. The robbers escaped.

November 28: Guech Nay, 30, was sent to Calmette hospital after she lost

consciousness at 1:15 pm on Russian Federation Blvd in Mitapheap commune. Police

said the victim was knocked down while she was on a motorbike by two robbers who

tore off her necklace when she left a wedding party at Phaka Chhouk Tep restaurant.

November 28: Mam Thet, 24, a military police from Phnom Penh Municipality,

was stabbed and seriously injured at 11:30 pm while he was intervening to stop some

children fighting in Old Stadium precinct (Stard Chas). Police said the victim was

sent to Calmette hospital and died later. Four gangsters were arrested after the

incident.

November 28: Koy Pheap, 27, was killed at night and his body dropped in

Chap Yum lake located in Krabao village, Kandal. Police said the victim was given

a poison by four robbers who took his motorbike after returning to drink beer at

the Ta Khmau town. Three robbers were arrested immediately including Kin Veasna,

27, a former body-guard of prime minister Hun Sen.

November 28: A 79 year-old woman, Pen Ian, was robbed at 10:00 am while

she was at home in Veal Vong commune, Kampong Cham. Police said the victim was robbed

by an unidentified man who took 3 damleung of gold necklace and $11,400 which was

just received from selling her land. The robber escaped safely after the incident.

November 29: Chaing Yangbe, a fish seller, was shot dead with a K-59 handgun

at 3:00 am while opening his house door in Svay Park commune, Russei Keo district.

Police said the victim was shot five times in his throat and body by five robbers

who took two necklaces of gold, four rings and one pair of earring. One robber was

arrested.

November 29: Kob Sem, 24, was robbed at 7:45 am while riding a motorbike

slowly in Toul Svay Prey 2 commune, Chamcarmon district. Police said the victim,

who is a policeman from Ta Keo province, was pointed at his temple with a K-54 handgun

by two unidentified robbers who took his motorbike, and escaped safely.

November 29: Chhang Lianveng, 39, was shot dead at 9:00 pm while he was

watching TV at his house in Kan Tout village, Me Muth district, Kampong Cham. Police

said the victim who is a timber dealer, was shot four times with an AK-47 by four

unidentified offenders who took 3 damleung of gold, and escaped safely after the

incident.

November 30: Kheng Chansopheap, 16, a pupil, was shot and seriously wounded

at 8:30 am while talking with his friends at Preah Yukunthor high school in Boeng

Raing commune, Phnom Penh. Eye- witnesses said the victim was shot once by another

pupil, Suy Veasna, who was very angry before the incident. The assailant escaped.

November 30: Chai Sreida, 26, was found floating at early morning in Chong

Koh village, Muk Kampoul district, Kandal. The reason is not known, however police

said the victim assassinated herself while staying at the Khmer traditional doctor's

house for treatment because she was very angry with her husband who has another wife.

November 30: Two people died in an accident at 10:30 pm while riding a

motorbike on National Road 6 in front of Hun Sen High School located in Choeung Prey

district, Kampong Cham. Police said the victims, Nuon Saroeun, 26, and Chin Mao,

25, were drunk and died immediately after hitting from behind a truck which was parked

on the way.

November 30: Three people died in an accident at 7:30 am with a truck while

they were on a motorbike on National Road 5 in Prey Khieu precinct, Boribo district,

Kampong Chhnang. Police said the victims, Chap Radet, 30, and her two daughters,

died instantly, and two nephews were seriously injured. The truck driver was arrested.

December 1: Lim Savuth, 29, a fish seller, was shot dead at 4:00 am while

opening his house door in Mondul 2 precinct, Phnom Penh. Police said the victim,

who always got up very early to buy fish at Prek Phnoeu to sell in Kampong Speu,

was shot three times by an unidentified man, and died after being sent to Calmette

hospital. The reason is not known.

December 1: Chin Syting, 39, a Chinese man, was shot with a K-59 handgun

and seriously wounded at 6:00 am while drinking coffee in Boeng Prolit commune, 7

January district. Police said the victim was shot once by his friends, and he was

sent to Calmette hospital. Three assailants were arrested immediately. The reason

is not known.

December 1: A 38 year-old single woman, Suy Khom, was found dead at 9:00

pm at her house in Poun Phnom village, Bati district, Ta Keo. After inspection, police

said the victim, a very poor farmer who got sick a long time ago and could not be

treated, killed herself by swallowing 50 tablets of medicine.

December 2: Chiem Kiembun, was robbed of his motorbike at 4:10 pm while

riding slowly on street 113 in Boeng Keng Kang 2 commune, Chamcarmon district. Police

said the victim had a K-59 handgun aimed at his head by four robbers who threatened

to kill him if he cried out for help. The robbers escaped safely.

December 3: Tak Kronh, 18, was found hung by his neck from his house in

Samnong Dobpi precinct, Toul Kok district. After inspection, police said the victim,

who came from Ta Keo province and stayed two years ago with his uncle in Phnom Penh,

assassinated himself because his girlfriend was engaged with another man.

December 3: Three suspected robbers were arrested by criminal police after

they stole a motorbike in Toul Svay Prey 2 commune, Chamcarmon district, Phnom Penh.

Police said the capture came after the victim Kob Sem, 24, complained to the court.

The accused robbers are Sok Bunseng, 20, Som Moeng, 25, and Meach Chea, 38.

December 3: A suspected robber Prum Ousophea, 18, was arrested at 7:30

pm while he and two others were preparing to rob a motorbike in Kbal Chroy village,

Kean Svay district, Kandal. Police said the robber was beaten to death by villagers

after he showed his long gun which was hid in a small forest to authorized persons.

December 4: Pong Sokob, 19, a pupil from New York-Phnom Penh school, was

robbed of his motorbike at 6:40 am while riding in Boeng Keng Kang 3 precinct, Chamcarmon.

Two unidentified robbers were beaten to death after the victim asked for help. The

authorities confiscated a K-59 handgun from these robbers.

December 5: Kim Serey, 16, a garment worker, died instantly in an accident

at noon while she was riding a motorbike on street 598 in Boeng Kak 1 precinct, Toul

Kok district, and ran into a truck when her motorbike's steering touched some people

who were walking on the sidewalk. The driver fled the scene by abandoning his truck.

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