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Ex-con steals locket, may again see lockup

Ex-con steals locket, may again see lockup

Despite his young age, a capital 2-year-old succeeded in raising the alarm when a thief attempted to make off with his necklace in Tonle Bassac commune yesterday.

Hearing her son crying, the boy’s mother came out to the front of the house where he was playing and noticed the jewellery was missing, so she too cried out for help.

Bystanders assembled and caught the man, an ex-convict, who admitting to lifting the lad’s locket. Police soon showed up and hauled him to the station to face legal action.

Koh Santepheap

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