Thieves fail to net fish seller’s purse in capital

Thieves fail to net fish seller’s purse in capital

A seafood saleswoman smelled something fishy in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Kork district while driving home on Friday night.

Two men and a woman on two motorbikes approached the woman and tried to snatch her purse, police said.

The victim shouted for help, and nearby residents chased the suspects, detaining the female, while the two men got away.

Police arrested the woman, who reportedly confessed, while the two male suspects remain at large. NOKORWAT

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