Never a borrower be, thief learns hard way

Never a borrower be, thief learns hard way

Borrowing things without asking is a common family matter, but stealing from your kin’s store becomes a legal one.

Police in Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district arrested a 30-year-old man on Monday after he allegedly broke into his younger cousin’s store and stole 32 mobile phones, police said.

He tried selling the ill-gotten goods, but was refused by all. He admitted to the theft to police, saying he is addicted to drugs. DEUM AMPIL

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