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Theft shows there’s a limit to sisterhood

A gang of capital women proved that bag snatching isn’t just a man’s game when they pulled off a theft in Phnom Penh Thmey commune.

Police say a 35-year-old female was headed home from the market when six or seven ladies on bikes surrounded her and made off with her purse.

The victim went to file a complaint in hopes the $50 and two phones in the bag would be recovered by police, who launched an investigation to find the satchel-swiping sisters.




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