Pair of would-be thieves caught casing capital digs

Pair of would-be thieves caught casing capital digs

Two recidivist rotters were caught in a compromising position by Phnom Penh’s finest in the wee hours of yesterday morning.

A police patrol came across the pair as they lurked outside a townhouse, with one guarding their getaway vehicle as the other scoured the scene for a way to break into the house.

When confronted by police, the two thieves attempted to flee but failed to escape the cops’ clutches, and were instead sent to the station.

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