Seven-year-old crime catches up to Kandal man

Seven-year-old crime catches up to Kandal man

There's a saying down at the Ang Snuol district police station: better late than never. That was never truer than yesterday, when the Kandal cops arrested a man for a bout of intentional violence that he allegedly committed some seven years ago.

The nature of his crime remained a mystery yesterday, however, with police keeping a tight lid on what exactly went down in 2011, saying that they were acting on a 2016 arrest warrant. For the unlucky suspect, it turns out the long arm of the law has an even longer memory.

DAP

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