Two-for-one sale on capital market thieves

Two-for-one sale on capital market thieves

A Shopper in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district emerged from a supermarket on Wednesday just in time to see two hoodlums making off with his cheddar.

According to police, the man, fresh from the bank, left $10,000 in his parked car before popping into a Lucky supermarket.

Unluckily for him, however, two thieves on a moto – who had apparently followed him from the bank – smashed his car window, grabbed the cash and made a dash just as he was exiting the store. Deum Ampil

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