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Policeman, 33, shot in penis at noodle shop

Policeman, 33, shot in penis at noodle shop

Military police are searching for a gunman accused of shooting one of their officers in the penis, hip and kidney while he was eating breakfast at a Chinese noodle shop in Phnom Penh’s Dangkor district yesterday. The district’s deputy military police chief, Choem Rithy, said the gunman walked into the noodle shop in Trapaingkul village and fired two shots which both hit 33-year-old officer Tuy Bram Brey. The police chief said the suspect is thought to be an instructor at the Kambol military police academy in Kandal province. He said there is believed to be animosity between Tuy Bram Brey and the suspected gunman.

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