A hawk-eyed husband hampers hapless thiefs

A hawk-eyed husband hampers hapless thiefs

One alleged moto thief’s luck ran out in Chamkarmorn district on Sunday. Two suspects had scoped out a Scoopy motorbike parked outside a house.

When the owner came outside, the suspects allegedly hit her in the head and drove off on her Scoopy.

But as the owner’s husband was taking her to Visal Sok Hospital near Deum Kor market, he spotted the very bike parked at a lot nearby and called the police.

They arrived just in time to arrest one of the returning suspects. The other remains at large.



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