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Wedding crashers caught on camera

Wedding crashers caught on camera

Two wedding crashers stole more than a Kodak moment on Sunday. The thieves, 25 and 28, showed up uninvited to a wedding in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district, and while all the other guests were busy celebrating, snatched two unattended purses.

The victims identified the men by a picture of the party that included in frame two guests no one knew. Police caught the men riding a moto not far from the party and returned the stolen purses, which together contained $200 intended for the newly wedded. Kampuchea Thmey


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