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Police Blotter: 18 Jul 2011

Police Blotter: 18 Jul 2011

Man killed in ‘gangster’ scuffle
ONE man died and another was seriously wounded following a scuffle between two alleged gangs on Saturday in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district. Police said the “gangsters” were drinking wine together when several men started to argue and allegedly used swords and knives to attack each other. All suspects fled the scene and police have made no arrests. The injured man was sent to hospital.
RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

Mistress missing after injuring her lover’s wife
A MAN’s wife and his mistress were allegedly involved in a fight on Saturday in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district. Police said the man’s mistress arrived at his house and instigated a fight with his wife, who was seriously injured in the ensuing brawl. Police are investigating the whereabouts of the mistress.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

Two arrested by cops after metal stolen
POLICE have arrested two suspects for allegedly stealing metal from a construction site in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district on Friday. Police said that the two men had used a tuk-tuk to steal US$600 worth of metal. The suspects reportedly confessed to the crime while in custody and were sent to court.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

Motorbike stolen outside friend’s house
A 27-YEAR-OLD man complained to police after his motorbike was allegedly stolen on Friday in the capital’s Sen Sok district. The man told police that he parked his motorbike in front of the friend’s house and when he later left the house, the motorbike was gone. Neighbours said they saw an unknown man in the area around the time of the alleged theft. Police are searching for suspects.
KOH SANTEPHEAP

Men held after city home burgled
TWO men were arrested in connection with a robbery on Friday in Phnom Penh’s Dangkor district. The victim told police that when he returned home on Friday several of his possessions were missing, including a television and a computer. Police said that two suspects admitted to the burglary and were sent  to court.
KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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