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Please sir, may I have some more security?

Please sir, may I have some more security?

A porridge peddler turned to police after being dispossessed of her motorbike and cart on Thursday.

The woman woke up on Friday morning to prepare for another day of selling her fare, only to find the methods of transporting her snacks had vanished overnight.

An apparently inept security guard confirmed he saw a mysterious figure drive the moto and cart away late that night, but neglected to prevent the theft.

Por Sen Chey district police are on the lookout for the porridge cart pilferer.

Nokor Thom Daily

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