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Serviceman shoots and kills two in jealous rage

Serviceman shoots and kills two in jealous rage

A 35-YEAR-OLD soldier shot and killed his ex-girlfriend and another soldier when he found the two sleeping together at a military barracks on Wednesday night on the Dangrek mountains in Anlong Veng district, Oddar Meanchey province. He then committed suicide by shooting himself at the scene. “Her ex-boyfriend saw her sleeping with her new boyfriend. He burst in and shot them with his AK-47 rifle, killing them instantly and then killing himself,” Bun Neng, the deputy police chief in Anlong Veng district, said yesterday.

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