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Murder victim found partially buried

Murder victim found partially buried

Dangkor district police in Phnom Penh are investigating the death of a garment worker whose body was found by villagers on Tuesday, officials said yesterday. Khoun Lang, 22, disappeared from her house Monday night and was found partially buried the next day after an apparent murder, according to Chhoub Sok Heng, deputy Dangkor district police chief. Chhoub Sok Heng added that family members held a funeral for Khoun Lang at her home town in Kampot province’s Chhumkiri district.


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