Armed moto-jackers put safety first for once

Armed moto-jackers put safety first for once

It was daylight robbery in Phnom Penh on Tuesday when a pair of thieves, who felt no need to work under the cloak of darkness, robbed a female driver of her moto.

The 18-year-old victim was driving to her home in Chamkarmon district for a spot of lunch when she was stopped by two men riding a moto and brandishing a gun.

It appeared to be “safety first” for the thieves who both wore helmets and ordered the woman to carefully park her bike so they could drive off with it themselves. Police are still hunting for the pair. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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