Thief tries to haul more than a fair share home

Thief tries to haul more than a fair share home

Greed was once again not good for four men who were arrested for allegedly stealing several motos from the house of a resident in Kratie town on Saturday night.

According to police, the men snuck into the lower floor of a house where about 10 motos were parked and nabbed four, taking them back to their hideout.

One suspect, however, couldn’t leave well enough alone, and went back for one more moto. The homeowner spotted him, police nabbed him, and the thief promptly snitched on his three accomplices. DEUM AMPIL


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