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Fleeing robber thought to be river corpse

Fleeing robber thought to be river corpse

A body found floating in Phnom Penh’s Tonle Sap river yesterday morning is thought to be a suspected motorbike thief who jumped in the river while fleeing arrest. The man’s corpse was discovered floating in the Chak Tomuk river in the capital’s Daun Penh district at around 7am, before being taken onto land opposite Wat Ounalom. The name of the man was not released and the body was being kept at Toul Tompong pagoda to be examined.

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