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Private guards pinch plantation pilferers

Private guards pinch plantation pilferers

Forget the urban pitfalls of Phnom Penh, these days you can’t even walk on your own plantation without being robbed.

Such was the lesson imparted to a Ratanakkiri woman on Friday. Police said the woman was inspecting her corn plantation with her son when two men materialised, snatched the necklace from around her throat and fled into the jungle.

Unfortunately for our two thieves, plantations tend to have their own security, and this was no exception. Both have been turned over to the cops. Kampuchea Thmey

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