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Unhappy victim calls police on own brother

Blood may be thicker than water, but money and property are solid investments, or so a man who looted from his half-brother on Friday thought.

The sticky-fingered relative, 32, broke into his half-brother’s Koh Kong townhouse, according to police.

The coveting brother pocketed jewellery, money, mobile phones and an iPad, and hefted the lot to his own home.

The unsuspecting victim called police, who rooted out the thief and returned the stolen goods. NOKORWAT



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