BFFs no longer: a thief kicks partner to the kerb

BFFs no longer: a thief kicks partner to the kerb

A capital bag snatcher proved you don’t need to be faster than police, just faster than your partner when she escaped and left her buddy to face consequences on Monday.

A garment worker was walking home from work when two women steered close to her in Russey Keo district and pulled away her purse.

Police heard the cries for help and were able to apprehend one of the thieves, who claimed her accomplice persuaded her to get off their bike and make her own escape on foot.

The bandit was taken to police headquarters for legal action without her betraying buddy.

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