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Very vengeful vigilantes thwart capital burglary

Very vengeful vigilantes thwart capital burglary

A food vendor bit off more than he could chew when he allegedly decided to undertake a robbery in Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district on Sunday.

Cops said the man was prowling around a home rented by garment workers, who were out at the time, when he decided to break in and rob the place.

Seeing the door open, the landlord peeked in and saw the man.

Neighbours then proceeded to rough the suspect up before handing him over to police.



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