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Till theft do us part: crook caught at wedding

A wedding party in Kandal seemingly offered one farmer the perfect, if fleeting, chance to enter the digital age on Sunday. Police said the 28-year-old suspect spied one of the bride’s family members dropping his laptop off in a room before returning to the dance floor.

Seeing his chance, the farmer swiped it and took off. Unfortunately for him, the owner took note of the missing computer and enlisted other guests in his search. They spotted the man making his getaway and intervened, returning the laptop and administering a beating. Kampuchea Thmey

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