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Police Blotter 03 Dec 2008

Police Blotter 03 Dec 2008

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HEAD-ON MOTORBIKE CRASH KILLS ONE

Kuy Huon, 52, suffered fatal head injuries when her motorbike crashed head-on with another motorbike in front of Sieng Hay Restaurant in Kampot provincial town on Monday. Naem Soeun, 26, the driver of the other motorbike, carrying two other passengers, was also seriously injured in the accident.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

FOUR-YEAR-OLD GIRL RAPED BY LOCAL TEEN

Som Phors, 17, was arrested by police on Saturday for the rape of a four-year-old girl in Village 37 in Kampong Cham's Krek commune. Som Phors lured the victim to his house with candy, where he allegedly committed the rape while her parents were working in a rubber tree plantation and her neighbour, in charge of her care, was busy in the kitchen.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

DOG-NAPPING GANG MEMBERS CAUGHT

Som Bun, 28, and Leang Sophany, 18, were arrested for  stealing dogs at midnight Saturday, in Trapaing Tnaot village in Kandal's Makak commune. Som Bun said he had been stealing dogs in Phnom Penh for three years already, selling live dogs for 4,000 riels per kilogram and 3,000 riels per kilogram for dead dogs. The police said the group has six members.  
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

HOTEL MANAGER DIES IN BEDROOM

The body of Thammarat Nonphasit, 51, a Thai national and manager of the Shangri La Hotel in Phnom Penh, was found face down on his bedroom floor on Monday at his house on Street 317, Boeung Kak 1 commune. Colleagues of the deceased said that he suffered from many diseases, including diabetes.  
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

ROBBERS IN COPS CLOTHING STEAL BIKE

Ung Sam Ol, 37, living in Trapaing Chrey village, Kakab commune, Dangkor district in Phnom Penh was robbed of a motorbike by four robbers dressed in police uniforms and armed with a handgun on Saturday. He was riding home when the robbers surrounded him on both sides and pointed the gun at him.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

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