Easy score becomes tough loss for suspects

Easy score becomes tough loss for suspects

Police are hoping to teach three thieves a lesson in justice after they stole a university student’s motorbike in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district.

The men threatened to kill the 23-year-old victim, who was taking a friend home. Hijacking the motorbike at gunpoint, the men were soon spotted by police, who gave chase, forcing the trio to ditch the stolen vehicle at a nearby school.

Although they escaped into the darkness, the motorbike was returned. Koh santepheap


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