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Suspects make moving even more bothersome

Moving house proved a stressful experience for one Phnom Penh man this week when a van hired to shift furniture to his new home instead offloaded it to eager buyers.

Police said the victim had asked three men to help him transport heavy furniture from his home in Dangkor district to his new abode. But when he arrived, the pricy pieces were nowhere to be seen.

The suspects, who police said sold the furniture, were soon arrested. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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