Kampot cops extoll faith in financial institutions

Kampot cops extoll faith in financial institutions

A wealthy landowner had an unwanted lesson in fiduciary security on Monday when robbers made away with nearly $20,000 he had squirreled away in his Kampot home.

Police said the suspects lay in wait for the landowner to check on his farm before making their move.

When he and his wife returned to a home in disarray, they panicked and made a beeline for the stash, only to discover the cash was gone.

When police arrived, they promised to investigate – but not before giving the couple a lecture on the importance of banks. Kampuchea Thmey


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