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Banana thieves fail to split in timely fashion

Banana thieves fail to split in timely fashion

Two bungling banana thieves were arrested on Saturday in Phnom Penh. Having illicitly harvested 12 bunches of bananas, which they squirrelled away at the crime scene the previous evening, the duo returned with a moto to recover their fruity booty.

But their fruit-thieving expedition was curtailed when they were spotted by the owner of the banana farm before they had the chance to split, leading to their arrest.

National Police

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