Stick-wielding stick-up artists get new wheels

Stick-wielding stick-up artists get new wheels

A 32-year-old woman working at Angkor KTV was held up outside her home in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Kork over the weekend by two men brandishing a stick.

Fearing for her life, the woman gave up her Honda moto and the men made off on it. The cops were called immediately, but by then the men were long gone.

It is not clear if the police have any further leads on the alleged thieves.



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