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Busted for one bike, thieves confess to many

Busted for one bike, thieves confess to many

Two men zoomed their way into police custody after stealing a pair of Honda Zoomer-X motorbikes in Banlung town on Tuesday.

The thieves confessed to local police that this was far from their first heist, confessing they usually concealed the stolen rides in the shrubbery until they found a suitable buyer.

The twosome is expected to appear in court.

National Police

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