Unmasked! Identities revealed after capture

Unmasked! Identities revealed after capture

Another dastardly duo was arrested for attempting to break into a Korean national’s house on Sunday in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district.

The owner was still shouting for help as police arrived at the scene, prompting the two men who had broken in, aged 25 and 27, to flee.

However, the police caught the pernicious pair and slapped on the bracelets. The two, who were wearing masks and hats to conceal their identities, were sent to court. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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