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Sad homecoming for siblings after robbery

A brother and sister who left Pursat town to visit the big city are going to have a sad homecoming after losing both their vehicles and family pets.

Police said the duo left their motos behind during a trip to Phnom Penh with just their brother minding the house.

On Tuesday, he awoke to find not only the family’s two pet dogs poisoned but all four motos parked there gone.

For good measure, the heartless thieves poisoned the next-door neighbour’s two pooches as well. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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