Chickens come home to roost for burglar duo

Chickens come home to roost for burglar duo

Two of five men believed behind a Kandal burglary were arrested on Friday, exactly one month after their score.

Police said the men had cut their way through the bars of a Koh Thom district home on February 5, making off with nearly $4,000 in cash.

A nice haul but a big enough one that police stayed on the case, finally pinching the pair on Saturday.

The duo confessed while their accomplices are still on the lam.

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