Number 13 unlucky for serial Siem Reap klepto

Number 13 unlucky for serial Siem Reap klepto

Two tourists visiting the Kingdom of Wonder ended up wondering where all their belongings were after being robbed in Siem Reap on Thursday night.

They sought the assistance of local authorities, who managed to get their hands on the underhanded thief.

The suspect confessed to the crime, and admitted this wasn’t his first. He told police he had run the same play 13 times, always selling his loot in Phnom Penh to evade detection.

National Police

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