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Unfair exchange ends in cash vendor hurt

Police in Preah Sihanouk province are searching for two men who pushed a 52-year-old currency exchange worker off a moving motorbike and stole $1,500 on Saturday.

As the victim rode home from the market where she worked, two men, one holding a knife, pulled up alongside her on a motorbike and pushed her vehicle over.

The suspects grabbed the bag in which the cash was kept and sped off. The victim was hospitalised. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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