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Motorbike cleaner accused of dirty deeds

Motorbike cleaner accused of dirty deeds

A motobike cleaner was arrested and charged with robbery yesterday after allegedly stealing more than 110,000 Thai baht ($3,540) from a businesswoman in Battambang province’s Kamrieng district on Friday night.

Chet Vanny, deputy chief of Battambang police, said Seng Narom, 36, was charged by the provincial court and is now being detained in Battambang provincial prison.

“He climbed the victim’s roof while she was sleeping alone on Friday around 4am,” Vanny said. Narom also allegedly stole jewellery.

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