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Woman smash car into capital phone snatcher

Woman smash car into capital phone snatcher

Two women in the capital on Sunday night crashed their car into two men they claim stole a mobile phone, killing one and severely injuring the other.

Driving on street 454 in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Tompoung commune, the women claim that the suspects on a motorbike snatched the device before trying to drive away.

They followed and swerved into the facade of a building, striking both suspects.

They then grabbed the stolen gadget.Police officers showed up at the scene shortly. The men were sent to the hospital and the women were brought to the precinct for questioning.

Chhun Srun, the commune’s police chief, told The Post that the women were not injured, but one of the men had died of his injuries in hospital.

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