‘Whosa good dog den dat saved the day?’

‘Whosa good dog den dat saved the day?’

Man’s best friend saved the day in Prey Veng province by sounding the alarm on a pair of buffalo thieves trying to make off with a villager’s cattle yesterday.

While leading two cows away from the 64-year-old’s property, the thieves were spotted by a neighbour who heard the owner’s dog barking.

Authorities were called to the scene in Svay Anthor commune, but the suspects had escaped, leaving the beasts to return home and cops to identify the livestock liberators.

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