Thieves bring plenty of back-up to moto heist

Thieves bring plenty of back-up to moto heist

How many men does it take to steal the motorbike of an unarmed and likely inebriated wedding guest returning home late at night? The answer, if a Phnom Penh robbery on Monday night is taken as an example case, is six.

According to police, the man was turning into his home when the sextet emerged with a gun and threatened him. They escaped with the motorbike and police are still on the lookout for them. DEUM AMPIL

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