Moto thieves learn it’s a small world after all

Moto thieves learn it’s a small world after all

Small odds were in one Phnom Penh motorbike owner’s favour as the gang who stole his ride on Monday showed up to visit his neighbour yesterday and were promptly arrested.

Stopping to empty his bladder in Meanchey district two days ago, the 30-year-old was ambushed and beaten by five men who rode off with his scooter.

The next day, however, the crew stopped to visit a friend living near their victim, and police were called.

The whole squad was brought downtown for questioning to determine whether the set of wheels could be tracked down.

Koh Santepheap


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