Battambang thieves prepping impromptu DIY picnic

Battambang thieves prepping impromptu DIY picnic

Three thieves were apparently trying to assemble their own beach resort as they were arrested for stealing coolers, drinking glasses, beverages and a knife in Battambang province’s Thma Kol district.

Getting a call about the crime, police zeroed in and arrested the suspects on Monday.

They admitted this was their sixth break-in, having already procured plastic chairs, an umbrella and a juice machine from previous crimes.

All three were sent to headquarters for charges.

Rasmei Kampuchea


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