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Poorly timed accident sends man to slammer

Poorly timed accident sends man to slammer

Tbong Khmum provincial police nabbed a 22-year-old on Friday, after he was involved in a hit-and-run on a stolen motorbike. The man had reportedly lifted the bike from a farmer in Ratanakkiri’s Veun Sai district several days earlier and taken it back to his homeland. But when he knocked down a young boy and tried to get away, he ended up confessing to police where the bike had come from. The man was sent to court and the bike was taken to Ratanakkiri. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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