Keysmiths locked up following moto heist

Keysmiths locked up following moto heist

We put a lot of trust in key makers: basic things, like not using their skills for evil.

Sadly, that social contract was breached on Saturday after a pair of keysmiths used their powers for ill, heisting a moto in the capital’s Meanchey district.

Police said the duo swiped the moto of a snail hunter who had parked near a rice field while searching for that day’s catch.

Unsuccessfully trying to chase them down on foot, the snail hunter got police to help him search for the moto and found it, and the thieves, the next day.

Koh Santepheap

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