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Two men almost got away with allegedly defrauding a villager in Pailin’s Sala Krao district. According to police, the villager sold his motorbike to the two men for $1,000 on Tuesday, but the men had already left by the time the villager realised he was given counterfeit bills.

He reported the suspects to police, who arrested them on the same day and seized $1,800, a car and the motorbike. The men were sent to court. NOKORWAT

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