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Police Blotter: 01 January 1993

Police Blotter: 01 January 1993

Dec. 1: A statue of a lion was stolen from Wat Chroy Neang Nourn, Srey Snom

district; police are investigating.

Dec. 1: Three assailants armed with AK-47s fired at and robbed a resident's

house of 40,000 riel and other valuables.

Dec. 1: Three armed men robbed a resident's home of a cassette player, two

bicycles, and two watches.

Dec. 2: Two suspects stole a motorbike.

Kompong Cham

Dec. 4: Eight armed men looted a passenger car at 8 a.m. and robbed the passengers

and the driver of their money. Surrounded by police, the assailants dropped their

weapons and fled. Eight weapons were confiscated by the police.

Phnom Penh

Nov. 27: A woman's body was discovered at 6:30 p.m. in the Dang Kor district

of the city, her throat cut, and slashes to the right ear, neck, chest and forehead.

The police are investigating.

Nov. 30: At approximately 6:30 p.m., a juvenile attempted to hijack a motorbike

near the railroad yard, threatening the driver with an ax, but the driver shouted

for help and the suspect was apprehended on the spot.

Dec. 3: A woman was murdered at her home in the city, her throat cut, both

eyes stabbed with a knife, and her head was slashed on the back and across the bridge

of her nose. The victim, whose husband was away from the house at the time of the

assault, was also robbed of her jewelry and watch.

Dec. 6: Three armed men robbed a man of his motorbike as he was sitting in

a park with his girlfriend at 8:30 p.m.

- Translated from Nokobal Pracheachun by Moeun Chhean Nariddh

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