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‘Where’s the money?’ asks conned beef seller

A meat seller in Koh Kong town has beef with a customer who paid for his purchase with fake money yesterday.

Police reported that the suspect used a counterfeit $100 note to buy his $10 worth of meat and after he was handed the change, rushed to escape the shop to the perplexity of the owner.

Only when a neighbouring stallholder pointed out that the bill was fake did the meat seller realise he had been duped, by which time the suspect had escaped. Police are now looking to arrest the man.

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