Thieving kid nostalgic for early-2000s tech caught

Thieving kid nostalgic for early-2000s tech caught

Remember when you couldn’t just keep music on your smartphone? One young man in Kampong Cham clearly does, as he stole an iPod this week.

Police said the sticky-fingered 18-year-old had snuck into a home in Prey Chhor district on Wednesday, making off with a mobile phone and the music device.

After a complaint from the owner, police picked up the miscreant, who confessed and led authorities to a stash of stolen goods in his rental room. DEUM AMPIL

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