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Logo of Phnom Penh Post newspaper Phnom Penh Post - ’Tis better to have had a necklace and lost it . . .

’Tis better to have had a necklace and lost it . . .

One man’s treasure is now other men’s treasure after a newly purchased necklace was allegedly stolen in Kratie town on Tuesday.

The victim, 30, was carrying the new necklace while riding a moto when two men allegedly snatched it from him. He fell off the moto and was seriously injured while the suspects sped away.

The victim, who was sent to hospital, said he couldn’t identify the suspects because they wore helmets. KAMPUCHEA THME

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