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Firearm-toting boarders worry nosy bystander

Firearm-toting boarders worry nosy bystander

The supplies of two young men aroused suspicions at a Kandal province guesthouse when they were spotted on Monday carrying a phone, an iPad and a gun into their room.

A concerned witness in Vihear Luong commune noticed the suspects, 17 and 22, hauling in their arsenal and alerted authorities.

Coming to conduct a search, police found the Taiwanese-made firearm along with five bullets.

The loaded lads were taken in for questioning and a night in a holding cell.

Koh Santepheap

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