Innocent student conned by thieving school friend

Innocent student conned by thieving school friend

A young woman in Pursat town found out that a little learning is indeed a dangerous thing after loaning out some books led to the disappearance of her moto on Tuesday.

Police said a friend of the young student had come by to borrow some books, and the young woman obliged.

Her good deed done, she went about her business around the house only to find later that her moto – which had been parked under the house – had disappeared. She filed a complaint with police, who are looking for her so-called friend. KAMPUCHEA THMEY


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