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Bad seeds just a product of their environment

Bad seeds just a product of their environment

Phnom Penh’s drug-ridden neighbourhood of Boeung Chhouk just got a touch cleaner as police arrested three men suspected of robberies in the area.

After local police received a complaint about some stolen construction materials and a missing moto, they traced one of the alleged thieves to Boeung Chhouk.

The suspect sang like a canary, leading cops to four of his alleged accomplices.

Two managed to evade the cops, but the other two weren’t so lucky. Both were sent to court along with their pal.

Nokorwat

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