Motorbike thieves cook up a dodgy dog’s dinner

Motorbike thieves cook up a dodgy dog’s dinner

A guard dog’s loyalty got it killed on Sunday night when a trio of thieves silenced the poor pooch with a poison-laced snack.

The bold burglars bypassed the incapacitated canine, trespassing onto the property of the administrative chief of Pursat’s Krakor district to steal his motorbike.

With his usual security alarm fatally disarmed, the victim slept through the crime on Sunday night, waking up to find his pet dead and his moto gone. Police are on the hunt for the culprits.

ANN

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