Wedding crashers leave mum and son out a moto

Wedding crashers leave mum and son out a moto

Wedding festivities were ruined for a mother and son who, returning home from the party, were robbed on Saturday night in Kampong Speu’s Phnom Sruoch district.

Police say that while the two victims were riding home on their moto, two men rolled up wielding a gun and forced them to hand over the bike. Not daring to shout for help, they acquiesced.

Sadly, as the two suspects were helmeted, police don’t have much in the way of leads thus far.

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