Moto thieves undone by sleuthing K Cham cops

Moto thieves undone by sleuthing K Cham cops

A bit of legwork paid off for gumshoes in Kampong Cham town on Saturday. Police said that a week prior, three men had used a fake gun to intimidate a local into giving up his moto.

For the next several days, cops visited secondhand-moto dealers, looking for the missing moto. Upon finally spotting it in a shop, they questioned the dealer, tracked down the alleged thieves, busted them at their home and sent them all to court. DEUM AMPIL

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