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Police say men used a knife for moto-jacking

Four Takeo province men are off to court after police arrested them for allegedly stealing a moto and attempting to take another.

On Saturday, the suspects approached a man out with his girlfriend, threatening him with a knife before they made off with his moto.

The man filed a complaint with police, who found the quartet two days later.

When police interrogated the suspects, they admitted to robbing the man, selling the motorbike and attempting to steal another. RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

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