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Too-good-to-be-true moto price proves exactly that

Too-good-to-be-true moto price proves exactly that

Cops busted a man on Saturday for selling knock-off motorbikes after his knock-down prices aroused suspicion among locals in Serei Sohphoan town.

The arrest was made after an anonymous tip-off that the man was touting the bikes for just $150. The suspect, 23, reportedly admitted to shifting the dodgy motos for a friend, but claimed he didn’t know where they came from.

Police confiscated a motorbike from him and remain on the hunt for his accomplice. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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