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Victim-turned-amateur PI beats cops to punch

A sleuthing robbery victim cracked the case of his own stolen motorbike on Tuesday in the capital’s Tuol Kork district.

Police said they got a complaint from the victim claiming his motorbike was stolen three days prior.

Tracking the bike to a local pawnshop, the victim called in cops, who hauled the pawnbroker in for questioning.

The 30-year-old said he swiped the bike when he saw it unlocked. The suspect was sent to court.

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