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Man relieved of moto by gun-toting thieves

Man relieved of moto by gun-toting thieves

A capital garment worker was left with only the shirt on his back when three men relieved him of his moto after a shopping trip on Wednesday.

Noting he had just gotten his salary and used it to buy some new digs in Por Sen Chey district, the 23-year-old was headed back home when the culprits swooped in and threatened him with a gun.

He handed it over quickly and watched them ride off before making his way to the police station where he gave the boys in blue a full rundown of what the suspects looked like.

KOH SANTEPHEAP

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