Married couple teams up to take down motos

Married couple teams up to take down motos

The couple that steals together, stays together — even in court. A husband and wife were arrested on Monday for allegedly stealing a motorbike in Svay Rieng town.

According to police, the couple conspired to steal the property of concertgoers while a show was going on in the area.

They successfully made off with one motorbike, but after the bike’s owner complained, police spotted the moto at a nearby guest house, they said.

The duo allegedly confessed and they have been sent to court. Koh Santepheap

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