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Twist of fate reunites man with moto in Bavet

Twist of fate reunites man with moto in Bavet

A trip to the market was a lesson in serendipity for a 24-year-old Bavet town man on Saturday.

Police said he had travelled to a market in the Svay Rieng border town when an item not on his shopping list caught his eye – the moto he’d had stolen from him just the day before.

Not believing his luck, the man quickly began yelling for help, leading police patrolling the market to swoop in, cut off the culprit’s escape routes and slap on the cuffs.

DAP News

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