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Police Blotter: 13 Oct 2008

Police Blotter: 13 Oct 2008

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MOTORBIKE STOLEN IN PREY VENG

Maok Ry, 33, had his moto stolen in Chuo Phaav village, Daun Keng commune, Kamchay Mea, Prey Veng province Wednesday. According to the police, Maok Ry's moto was stolen while he was busy fishing in the local river.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

SIX MEN KILL AND WOUND AT PAGODA

Ly Sothearith, 22, was arrested for killing Ek Vuth, 23, and seriously wounding Pen Sokchea, 20, at Steng Sangke pagoda in Battambang province at 7:45am on October 6. The police said that while they arrested Ly Sothearith, his other five accomplices fled the scene of the crime. Apparently the six men attacked Ek Vuth and Pen Sokchea because they looked at them in an "inappropriate" manner.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

FOUR MEN ROB HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT

A group of men were arrested after they robbed a high school student in Takhmao village, commune and district, Kandal province, at 7:50pm Wednesday. The police said that Chek Vichhay, 22, Hel Hourt, 18, Yin Savoeun, 21, and Chuong Rasmey, 21, robbed Tep Vichet, stealing two mobile phones and his motorbike.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

MOTO-TAXI DRIVER ROBBED

Or Oeun, 48-year-old moto taxi driver, was drugged and had his Honda Dream C125 motorbike stolen by three men in Andaung Trach village, Kampong Preh commune, Sangke district, Battambang province Wednesday. The police said that Or Oeun was given alcohol laced with sedatives by one of the men. After he fell unconscious, the men threw Or Oeun into a ditch and stole his motorbike.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

MAN ROBBED IN SVAY RIENG

Vorn Phin, 28, and Meas Ty, 30, were arrested after an armed burglary in Prey Sreh village, Sambath Meanchey commune, Romeas Haek district, Svay Rieng province at midnight October 4. The two men broke into the home of Hin Sokkhom, 28, and stole 2.2 million riels (US$550), two motorbikes and two cell phones.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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