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Policemen behind you closer than they appear

Two men will be reflecting on their life choices from a jail cell after being arrested on Sunday in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Sangke commune after allegedly stealing side-view mirrors off of parked cars.

Fortunately, one car’s owner stepped outside of his house just as the men were attempting to make off with its mirror.

The man raised the alarm, and nearby police were able to chase and apprehend the bandits.

The thieves reportedly confessed and have been sent to court.

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