Cat burglars’ crime spree goes to the dogs

Cat burglars’ crime spree goes to the dogs

Two cat burglars were arrested on Monday after struggling to keep their cool in front of the cops. The suspects, aged 27 and 36, have caused a stir in the capital’s Meanchey district in recent days as residents noticed their belongings were disappearing.

But their alleged stealing spree was ruined when police spotted the shifty-looking duo roaming around the streets late at night. When the cops searched them, they uncovered a crowbar and a large pair of wire cutters. Following their arrest, the pair allegedly confessed to being behind the crime wave. NOKORWAT

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