The great suds caper: a Pursat police mystery

The great suds caper: a Pursat police mystery

A Pursat town man was charged on Saturday over his suspected involvement in serial beer fraud. According to police, the man ordered 11 cases of beer for a wedding party, but didn’t pay when it arrived.

Put out, the beer seller ordered her employees to retrieve the ill-gotten brews, but they arrived to find four cases had already disappeared.

The woman reported the suspect to police, who noted that there had been similar complaints from other vendors. Police believe the crimes are connected. Nokor Wat

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