Thieves dial up phone theft, but cops answer

Thieves dial up phone theft, but cops answer

A phone vendor in the capital’s Meanchey district may have gotten a measure of justice on Wednesday, but she didn’t get back her merchandise.

The aggrieved shopkeeper filed a complaint to police after finding her business burglarised, with $150 in mobile phones missing.

Police quickly settled on a suspect who reportedly confessed and immediately turned over his two accomplices as well.

The three men were hauled off to jail, but their haul remains missing. RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

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