A man suspected of hacking his brother-in-law to death in Kampong Speu province on Sunday evening remains on the run from police after evading arrest. Provincial police said Tuesday that the attack took place at the victim’s house in Samroang Tong district during a verbal argument. “When our men arrived at the scene to apprehend the brother-in-law, who is believed to be the suspect, he was gone,” said Samrong Tong district police Deputy Chief Phaem Phan. “I believe he will be caught by police soon if he remains in the province,” he added.
Murder suspect at large in Kampong Speu
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