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Police Bloter: 03 June, 1994

Police Bloter: 03 June, 1994

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May 15: Two armed burglars enter a house and kill the landlord instantly

in Beong Kok district at 4.30 am. The men stole: $3,800, 400,000 riel, 11 damlungs

of gold, jewelry worth $1,800 and two Rado watches.

 

May 15: Lou Ky, 24, is robbed of her Econo motorcycle by three armed gangsters

while driving alone on Street 109.

May 15: Chan So is found dead in her house, number 130, Street 136. She

has seven stab wounds. It is thought she suicided.

May 16: A landlord shoots dead one of a group of four bandits who are burgling

his house in Toul Kok district at 1 am. The other bandits flee after the shooting.

May 16: Police arrest three suspicious men, found in possession of a handgun,

loitering on the corners of Streets 51 and 360 at 3 am in Beong Keng Kang district.

May 16:A man armed with a K59 handgun robs policeman Ven Veth of his C50

motorcycle on the corner of Streets 223 and 314.

May 16: Three armed men rob Srien Srin of his C50 motorcycle taxi near

the National Childrens' Hospital in Toul Kok district.

May 16: Pao Kosa has his Cub 90 Honda motorcycle stolen by four armed bandits

while traveling on Highway 5 to Phnom Penh at 1.15 pm.

May 18: A swindler enters a gold shop and pockets 11 chy of gold without

the owner noticing at 8 am in Kandal village.

May 19: Lieutenant General Chhok Samon, 40, a high ranking official at

the Interior Ministry is shot dead by two gunmen who steal his Honda C100 motorcycle

at 12 pm on Street 199.

May 19: Three armed bandits enter house number 107, Preah Norodom Boulevard,

and steal a Mazda 929 car belonging to Mr Ebihara at 4 am.

May 22: Phath Sareoun is shot dead and has his C70 motorcycle stolen by

a gunmen at 8 am in Kvav village, Kompong Speu.

May 23: Criminal Investigation Police arrest Interior Ministry policeman

Duch Thy along with his accomplice for the armed theft of two motorcycles.

May 26: Two men armed with a handgun are arrested by police while trying

to steal Soth Nhanha's motorcycle at 8 pm in front of house number 44, Street 334,

Chamka Mon district.

May 27: Three thieves armed with a handgun steal a C100 motorcycle and

a Crystal motorcycle at 1.30 pm on Street 154.

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