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Man charged for posing as official

Man charged for posing as official

A 34-YEAR-OLD man in Siem Reap province was charged yesterday with using a fake Royal Cambodian Armed Forces uniform and ranking. Sath Dany, chief of Siem Reap provincial police, said the suspect was arrested on Tuesday in Siem Reap district’s Sala Kamroeuk commune after villagers told authorities he was faking his position. “[The suspect] was charged [yesterday] with using a fake military ranking and faking that he was a soldier,” said Sath Dany. He added that the suspect was being detained at provincial prison pending trial.

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