Pursat crooks should have left toys at home

Pursat crooks should have left toys at home

A victim in Pursat town is feeling like gold after three men who reportedly stole her jewellery were arrested on Saturday.

The woman, who sells jewellery in the market, was robbed at gunpoint by the men on her way home, police said.

The men pocketed her valuables and were mid-escape when police saw the hold-up and arrested the suspects.

They confiscated what turned out to be the group’s fake gun and returned the jewellery to its owner.

The suspects were sent to court.

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