‘Napping’ thief so dozy he forgets about CCTV

‘Napping’ thief so dozy he forgets about CCTV

A deeply flawed plan to steal a moto went predictably awry in Kandal town on Saturday.

Police said that the 17-year-old suspect stole his boss’s moto from the shop while he was the sole man on duty, then called his boss and claimed it had been stolen while he was napping.

Escaping his thought process was the fact that the shop was wired with CCTV. When police suggested the owner check the video, the mystery came to an abrupt end. KOH SANTEPHEAP


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