Stolen bars put two suspects behind bars

Stolen bars put two suspects behind bars

Iron bars are probably not the easiest thing to steal, given their weight, but that’s what two suspects decided to pinch on Sunday.

Banteay Meanchey police said that a woman, 45, filed a complaint with police after one hundred kilos of the metal was stolen from a construction site that she owned.

The loot was quickly found at a plantation, where two males, 16 and 21, had hidden it. The pair confessed to the crime and was sent to court on Monday. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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