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Police Blotter: 04 November, 1994

Police Blotter: 04 November, 1994

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Oct 17

: One of two robbers is shot and killed by Yin Var, a resident in Suong village, Suong commune, Thbaung Khmum district, Kompong Cham while trying to rob his house. The escaped robber fires back at Var and wounds one of his brothers.

Oct 18: Four offenders carrying three AK 47 rifles and a hand gun ambush and rob Nil Sokhom, 38, of his Honda Cub 50 motorcycle in Phum Thmei village, Dangko district, Phnom Penh.

Oct 19: Police find the body of a woman who has been shot and murdered by an unknown offender and disposed in Prey II village, Pong Tuk commune, Dangko district, Phnom Penh. A Thai Embassy official in Phnom Penh says he got a phone call from a woman in Thailand saying her mother, named only as Vanni, was missing in Phnom Penh. Police are investigating if the victim is the missing woman.

Oct 19: Police arrest Sovan Mony, 30, in Siem Bok district, Stung Treng for involvement in the firing of a B40 rocket at the house of Ms Pheng Kim, the second deputy provincial governor in June. Nobody was hurt in the incident.

Oct 20: Military Police arrest Penh Pol, 30, a military officer in the Tank Unit of the General Staff Section, at his house on Street 494 in Sangkat Phsar Deum Thkeuw, Khan Chamkamon, Phnom Penh for his involvement in the Sept 24 murder of taxi driver Khuth Sery.

Oct 21: Policeman Om Phaly, 24, working for the Protection Police Unit in Phnom Penh, is robbed at 6 am of his Honda Cub 50 motorcycle by two offenders carrying a K54 hand gun in Sangkat Phsar Kandal, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh. Phaly was working part-time as a moto-taxi driver.

Oct 24: Loy Noeun, 25, is shot and killed at 6:20 pm with an AK47 rifle at a grave yard in Komrieng village, Kantok commune, Phnom Penh district, Kandal. Police believe that Noeun was part of a gang and was shot after an argument over how loot would be divided up.

Oct 25: Some 60 Khmer Rouge guerrillas attack Srayol commune, Kralanh district, Siem Reap, killing one civilian and wounding five others. Three bridges on Route 6 are blown up by the guerrillas, while some property belonging to returnees from the border camps living near the bridges is looted.

Oct 25: A Khmer woman and a Vietnamese woman are murdered by unknown offenders who raided their liquor store in Sangkat Phsar Depot II, Khan Toul Kok, Phnom Penh.

- Summarized by Moeun Chhean Nariddh from Khmer newspapers

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