Police Blotter: 01 December1995

Police Blotter: 01 December1995

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Oct 30: A government soldier arrests two soldiers who stopped a car and

shot a passenger Ly Yin, 21, to death. Yin lived at No. 402 Chhbar Ampov commune,

Phnom Penh. The shooting took place on Road 5, Srah Keo village, Kompong Chhnang

province where the two soldiers were shaking down travellers.

 

Oct 30: Police arrested two robbers, Phan Im, 28 and Hol Hiep, 29, for

robbing a villager's house in Thmor Pork district. The villager was seriously wounded

in an ensuing gun battle.

Oct 30: Banteay Meanchay police discover 23 guns and 200 bullets in Thmor

Pork district, said to be a Khmer Rouge cache.

Nov 1: A girl in Prey Romeas 2, Anksnourl distrct was raped to death when

she went searching for firewood. Police arrested Min Hong, 28.

Nov 2: At Korean Dong Dang Restaurant Coffee Shop No. 114 on Norodom Boulevard

a group of men headed by a man in a soldier's uniform rushed inside, stole all the

restaurant's equipment and beat the owner. It was not clear whether it was a robbery

or an unsettled debt between restaurant owner and the men.

Nov 6: Criminal police arrested Ngeth Khom, 34, who robbed gold and killed

Touch Leur, 55 at Sre Ambil district.

Nov 8: A man in a soldier's uniform shot and killed two Vietnamese and

wounded a woman on Rd. 198, Sangkat Beurng Rang, Khan 7 January, Phnom Penh. The

shooter escaped.

Nov 10: Dr Tang Tang, 32, American-Vietnamese, and his maid were murdered

in mysterious circumstances at Tang's house on St. 242, Sangkat Chaktomuk where he

owned a cosmetic surgery shop. Tang was a high-ranking army doctor at 1-79 hospital,

Phnom Penh.

Nov 12: Police arrest two criminals who raped and stabbed a Vietnamese

woman to death at her house in Kien Svay district.

Nov 13: Police arrest three robbers near a squatters' tenement building,

Chamkarmon quarter, Phnom Penh. Thy Oun, 20, Yeurn Meurn, 23 and Pek Samnang, 22,

confessed that they had committed many robberies in various provinces and towns.

Nov 13: A burglar with a B40 rocket-launcher broke into a gold-seller's

house and fired his weapon when the landlady tried to contact police. The grenade

injured the landlord Chiv Tek, 44, and burnt down his house. The incident took place

at 7.30pm in Ptah Prey village, Sampov Meas district, Pursat.

Nov 14: Criminal police arrest two men while they were trying to sell a

Cub 90 motorbike which they robbed from a house near Pochentong market.

Nov 17: Takmao police arrest robber Sok Channy, 30, who robbed a house

in Takmao and fired an AK-47 rifle, injuring landlord Bun Hokleng, in Pov Achhut.

Nov 18: Ok Pau, 28, an economic policeman with the Ministry of Interior

was shot and killed at a Toul Kork brothel by Keo Sok, 25, a soldier from Kompong

Speu. The pair had been arguing over a prostitute.

Nov 24: Three robbers point a gun at Vann Thornsamphors, 26, a staff member

of the Ministry of Health and took her 100cc Charley motorbike west of the Ministry

of Defense building.

Nov 24: Two robbers point a gun at Sou Huor, 26, and took her Royla Crystral

in Khan Russey Keo, Phnom Penh.

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