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Police Blotter: 05 September 2008

Police Blotter: 05 September 2008

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MAN ASSAULTS TWO  FOR FIREWOOD

Sok Ry, 22, assaulted two

people after he accused them of stealing his firewood at 6pm in Phnom

Munty village, Prek Kak commune, Stung Trang district, Kampong Cham

province Monday. Sok Ry beat up An Thita, 24, and tried to cut her

brother Sok Ry, 22, on the face with a knife. Sok Ry has now been

arrested by the police.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

MAN SHOT IN CHEST WITH PISTOL

The body of a 23-year-old man was found at 9:45am west of Chungruk

village, Chungruk commune, Koung Pisey district, Kampong Speu province

Tuesday. While the body has not been identified, the police have

attributed the case to rancour and robbery. The police have explained

that the victim was tied and taken from Chungruk Village to Thmor Kda

Village and shot with a pistol in the chest.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

LIEUTENANT ON A SHOOTING SPREE

Kim Sovan, 27, a soldier; Bu Sambo, 36, a petrol vendor; and

35-year-old driver Chhon Mach, 35, have been arrested by Daun Penh

district military police after they shot a gun while driving a Hilux

Surf along Preah Sisowath, Sangkat Srah Chak in Phnom Penh Tuesday. The

incident occurred at 12:45am in front of 9999 II restaurant. Kim Sovan

confessed that the gun belongs to Klok Euon, a lieutenant colonel in

the military, who fired the weapon and fled the scene.
RASMEY KAMPUCHEA

THREE MEN ROB JEWELLERY STORE

A group of three men armed with an AK-47 and two other unidentified

guns held up a jewellery store at midday at riverside market in Chhnok

Tru village, Chhnok Tru commune, Borybo district, Kampong Chhnang

province Wednesday. The three unidentified men fired at five display

cabinets and stole 686.25 grams of gold, US$1,400 and 5,500,000 riels.

Kampong Chhnang provincial police are currently searching for the men

along main streets and in the forest.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

MAN ON PUMPKIN SEED RUN STEALS

Mab, 23, has been arrested for stealing a motorbike at Opka Sne, Roka

commune, Duan Keo district Tuesday. The motorbike owner said that Mab

borrowed his motorbike to buy pumpkin seeds and never returned it.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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