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Timber theft suspects leave one man behind

It's going down, they’re stealing timber – until they’re caught. Three men who broke into a timber storage facility at 4am in Battambang town were busted by police, who arrested one 25-year-old, while the other two, aged 23 and 27, escaped into the darkness.

The arrestee confessed that the wood-stealing trio had broken in twice before. Police sent the arrested man to court and are on the lookout for the escapees. Nokorwat

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