One injured in poorly conceived snatching

One injured in poorly conceived snatching

One of two mobile phone thieves was left badly injured in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district on Monday, after they crashed a motorbike while fleeing the scene of a snatching.

Cops said a police patrol gave chase after seeing the pair, aged 23 and 29, attempting to get away.

Apparently startled, the thieves ran into a car, leaving one unconscious on the street.

His partner continued fleeing on the bike, but was nabbed 2 kilometres away.

The phone was recovered and returned to its owner.

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