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Shamed crook seeks revenge with sword

Shamed crook seeks revenge with sword

A confrontational crook on his way to take on an adversary with a samurai sword was obstructed by patrolling police in Banteay Meanchey’s Poipet commune on Saturday night.

A round of questioning found that the delinquent had sparred with a group of rivals prior to his arrest, but was on his way to seek reinforcement from his gang after being defeated.

The police arrested the young delinquent immediately and are on the lookout for the other gang members.

Kampuchea Thmey

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