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Driver takes his medicine after drugstore robbery

Driver takes his medicine after drugstore robbery

A casino chauffeur in Preah Sihanouk province evidently didn’t have enough forms of transportation at his disposal and stole a motorbike from in front of a pharmacy on Monday.

Police say their man looted $500 and some documents from the druggist before he made off on the moped, but was located a while later at his home.

The cash was all gone by that time, but the rest of the stuff was found along with a military identity card.

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