Muggers strike from behind, avoid detection

Muggers strike from behind, avoid detection

Two sisters were robbed at knifepoint while taking in some fresh air under a bridge in Poipet town on Monday.

According to the cops, the pair was minding their business when a group of three men approached from behind and held knives to their backs.

In a panic, the women surrendered $50, two mobile phones and a ring.

The suspects fled, leaving the siblings unharmed but unable to provide a description to the police, who are nonetheless conducting a search.

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