Jewellery thieves gone in the blink of an eye

Jewellery thieves gone in the blink of an eye

A jewellery vendor in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district found herself a few carats short after trying to help two shoppers.

The 40-year-old vendor was approached by two people trying to exchange money. When she turned around, the suspects lifted a diamond ring and a necklace.

By the time the vendor caught on and called for help, the pair had already escaped. Police are investigating, but the distraught vendor can’t recall the suspects’ faces. Deum Apil

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