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Man charged with rape of daughter and niece

Man charged with rape of daughter and niece

A 32-year-old man was charged yesterday for raping his underage daughter and niece at Prek Ambel commune, in Kanal province’s Sa’ang district.

The man, identified as garment worker Mor Vandy, raped his eight-year-old daughter thrice and his fourteen-year-old niece who is a student.

His crime was exposed after his neighbour informed the police, who arrested the culprit at his house on Tuesday, said Seng Socheat, Sa’ang district police chief.

After questioning, the suspect confessed he had sexual intercourse with the young victims.


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