With relatives like this, who needs the police?

With relatives like this, who needs the police?

A grocery vendor turned to family before police – and to good effect – when his moto was stolen from in front of his house by two thieves on Friday in the capital’s Meanchey district.

Noticing the theft after a busy day of sales, the man chose not to file a complaint but to tell his relatives instead.

Sure enough, one of them noticed his ride at a rental room four days later and the proper authorities were summoned.

Cops booked the burgling duo and took them to the station for further action.

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