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Vigilante villagers help man recover motorbike

Garment workers have enough on their plate without getting stitched up by thieves.

In Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district on Sunday, one factory worker’s persistence paid off when two robbers scooted off with his motorbike during his lunch break.

One of the suspects, 32, was less fortunate. After chasing the thieves and shouting, a crowd beat the thief bloody while the other escaped unharmed. Police returned the bike to its owner and took the injured chancer to hospital. NOKORWAT

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