Thief learns heists don’t end with the getaway

Thief learns heists don’t end with the getaway

Stealing a moto is easy enough, but moving the hot bike can be a bit tougher as a teen moto thief found out this week in Phnom Penh.

Police said the 16-year-old had hopped on the bike when a farmer left it briefly to check his rice paddy in Kampong Speu on Sunday.

He then high-tailed it to the big city, where he attempted to sell it. Unfortunately for him, no documents meant no takers. Days later, the moto’s owner hunted him down and turned him over to police. Kampuchea thmey

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