Police say Kool-Aid Man main suspect in burglary

Police say Kool-Aid Man main suspect in burglary

Sleeping close to his valuables didn’t pan out for a man in Kampong Speu province who says thieves looted cash and gold to the tune of $10,000 from his home while he was asleep.

The 28-year-old claims he woke on Sunday to find the walls of his Vaing Chas home broken through and his nest egg gone.

Feeling he had been fooled, the victim headed to file a complaint hoping police could return the bundle of bills and bars.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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