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Theft of door an entry point to prison spell

Burglaries don’t come much more brazen than stealing someone’s very own front door. That’s what happened in Kandal’s Takhmao town on Sunday night when two men and a woman helped themselves to items at a construction site.

Under cover of darkness, the three were loaded up and ready to disappear with items, including the door, when two cops spotted them. One, 19, was arrested, while the other two fled. The teen in custody said the three were desperate for money to buy food. NOKORWAT

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