Slow-motion getaway dooms cattle rustlers

Slow-motion getaway dooms cattle rustlers

A cow-jacking went pitifully awry on Sunday in Pursat’s Bakan district. Police said a group of five men, no strangers to rustling, had colluded to heist four bovines from a neighbouring farm.

They didn’t get far though, as they were spotted mid-theft and then led police on what we can only imagine was an extremely low-speed chase. Four of the men are now in lockup, while the youngest – a 22-year-old whose father was in the gang – is still on the run. NOKORWAT


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