Partner in crime will have to take his medicine

Partner in crime will have to take his medicine

Apparently the game plan for a capital motorbike heist was still fuzzy in the mind of one of the thieves, who was caught dawdling at the Meanchey district crime scene on Sunday.

After asking to buy medicine at a moto owner’s pharmacy, one suspect zoomed off on the moped parked out front.

His partner, however, was slow in getting back to the scooter they arrived on and patrolling officers who responded were able to corner him before he escaped.

The klutz of a criminal was carted off to be charged.

National Police

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