Motorist loses brother’s bike en route to return it

Motorist loses brother’s bike en route to return it

A man was robbed of a moto in the wee hours of yesterday morning in the capital’s Daun Penh district.

Thankfully – at least for the victim of the robbery – the purloined moto belonged to his younger brother, and he had borrowed it to drive his older brother home.

While returning the scooter, two men pulled alongside on a moto and hit him, causing him to fall. Gun in hand, the robbers suggested he remain silent before driving away.

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