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Revenge attack leaves motodop hospitalised

Revenge attack leaves motodop hospitalised

Police suspect revenge as a motive for an ambush that left a 27-year-old motodop badly injured in Kratie town on Tuesday. Police said the man was riding along when a group of six men flagged him down.

The driver stopped, only to be set upon by the men, who savagely beat him. Police tried to intervene, but the men fled before they could make any arrests. Police ruled out robbery as a motive since the man’s bike was left behind.

They suggested a vendetta as the reason behind the attack, but the victim was unable to say since he remained unconscious. Kampuchea Thmey


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