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Suspects identified in triple murder case

Suspects identified in triple murder case

POLICE identified suspects yesterday in the murder of three siblings found dead on Sunday in a potato farm in Oddar Meanchey province’s Trapaing Prasat district. Keo Tan, an investigating officer with Trapaing Prasat district police, said yesterday: “Police have already investigated the crime and identified suspects, but they have not yet been arrested.” He declined to say how many suspects were involved or the motivating factor behind the crime, citing confidentiality concerns. Two brothers and a sister were found dead on Sunday on a  farm in Trapaing Prasat district’s Pha’av commune. Initially, police thought it was a crime of revenge.

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