K Cham samurai no match for eye in the sky

K Cham samurai no match for eye in the sky

While samurai sword attacks are all-too-familiar to blotter fans, proper home security is … less so. But it’s the latter that foiled the former on Tuesday in Kampong Cham town.

Police said a man returning home was accosted by waiting assailants armed with swords, who not only stole his money and personal effects, but attacked and injured him. Fortunately, they failed to notice the mounted security camera, which gave police an excellent look at their faces and led to their arrest the very next day. DEUM AMPIL

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