Nosy neighbour lands thieves in station house

Nosy neighbour lands thieves in station house

Two alleged thieves in Banteay Meanchey’s Malai district were arrested on Wednesday after reportedly being caught red-handed with the loot from an afternoon’s work.

Police said that the men broke into the home of a woman who had left for a day of trading in Thailand.

When she returned home to find her door ajar and money and jewellery missing, a neighbour told her of the two men – whom he did not dare to stop – and described their faces to police.

Cops tracked the duo down and dragged them off to court. DEUM AMPIL


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