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Post-paycheque theft a real pain in the neck

A 37-year-old construction worker brought home a neck injury rather than her paycheque on Sunday.

The Kampong Cham women collected her salary that morning, but while headed to the bathroom, was cornered by a thief.

The suspect threw rocks at the woman’s head and neck, knocking her out, and pocketed the $100.

When the woman regained consciousness, she found her money gone and couldn’t recall the suspect’s face for police. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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