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Supposedly shady shop known for light fingers

A massage shop in the capital’s Meanchey district might not be around much longer after the latest in a series of theft complaints.

Police said a 39-year-old man had just enjoyed a $2.50 massage when he discovered that his wallet, which contained $260, was missing.

Several women at the shop were questioned to no avail, but district residents are insisting authorities shut it down, as multiple men have been robbed there and maybe, just maybe, there are sexual services on offer. DEUM AMPIL

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