Thieves make dog’s breakfast of getaway

Thieves make dog’s breakfast of getaway

Dead dogs don’t bark. Ancient Khmer proverb? It might well be among the Kingdom’s moto thieves.

The latest pooch poisoning came in Poipet, where police say a trio of hoodlums offered toxic pork to two guard dogs, which promptly expired, leaving them free to grab the family motos.

But their clean getaway was spoiled by patrolling cops who saw them quickly leaving the area. Awoken by the hubbub, the owners identified the two motos as theirs and fingered the threesome for their mutts’ deaths. Kampuchea Thmey

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