One man’s daily grind became even grindier

One man’s daily grind became even grindier

A capital office worker now has a tragic tale to tell at the water cooler after his moto was stolen from in front of his workplace in Prek Phnov district on Tuesday.

Leaving his bike parked in front of the building, the man came down later to discover it had vanished. He bellowed out for backup and responding cops formed a perimeter.

Police spotted four men with the bike, two of whom were busted, while the others managed to flee on the stolen ride.

Hoping to secure the moto’s return, police brought the two suspects in for questioning in hopes they would rat out their fellow felons.

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