Capital biker gang sees two of its own go down

Capital biker gang sees two of its own go down

Two capital suspects weren’t thrown under the bus, but rather ran right into it when they were trying to escape from cops yesterday.

Por Sen Chey district police say they were on patrol when they saw six riders gunning after a lone victim until he crashed and injured his head.

They swooped in and a second chase saw one bike plough into a parked coach, injuring the driver and his passenger, while the two others escaped.

After sending the victim off to the hospital, authorities hauled the mangled muggers away to face charges.

Koh Santepheap

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