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RCAF general quizzed in restaurant shooting

RCAF general quizzed in restaurant shooting

A Brigadier-General of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forced (RCAF) was detained and questioned for allegedly firing his gun six times outside his restaurant in Phnom Penh on Wednesday night, police said yesterday.

Brigadier-Gen­eral Suoy Chansoeun, 38, the owner of Arun Reas res­tau­rant in Khan Meanchey dis­trict, was de­tained yesterday, military po­lice said.

However, no dam­age or injuries oc­­curred.

Seang Chhay, Mean­chey dis­trict military police command­er, said pre­liminary investiga­tions in­­dic­ated the general’s “angry” brother had “hit a bar­rel”.

To contact the reporter on this story: Buth Reaksmey Kongkea at [email protected]

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