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Men charged over rape and murder of woman

Men charged over rape and murder of woman

Two men were charged yesterday over the rape and murder of a 36-year-old woman in Phnom Srouch district’s Taing Khya commune in Kampong Speu province on Saturday, police said.

Sorn Sak, Deputy Chief of Kampong Speu Provincial Police, said Sok Rith, 25, and Chan Na, 26, were charged with raping and murdering Morn Sok, also known as Ith. Sorn Sak said Morn Sok, who was single, was found dead by villagers at her rice field in Kraing Tatoan Village.

Sorn Sak said the two suspects lived in the same village as the victim. 

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