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Silent sneak-thief will strike no more in Poipet

Police in Banteay Meanchey’s Poipet town arrested a mute burglar on Monday, following a string of break-ins.

Two separate victims filed complaints, saying that a home and a hair salon were burglarised last week.

A police investigation yielded the suspect, who allegedly confessed to his crimes and showed authorities his rental home where he kept the loot.

Cops found a computer, a camera, stone-cutting tools, electrical wires and more.

The victims didn’t get all of their belongings back, as the suspect had already sold some.

Koh Santepheap

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