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Bag snatch spoils visa run for Ukraine national

Bag snatch spoils visa run for Ukraine national

A Ukrainian woman, 24, learned the hard way to keep your belongings close while riding in a tuk-tuk in Phnom Penh on Tuesday night after two thieves snatched her bag in Daun Penh district.

According to the police, the woman had come to Phnom Penh from the provinces to renew her visa but sadly her bag, containing $1,000, an HTC phone and more was taken.

The tuk-tuk driver was kind enough to take her to the police to file a complaint. She also plans on reporting the incident to the Ukrainian Embassy before returning home.

Koh Santepheap

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