Vigilante mob schools thief, turns over to cops

Vigilante mob schools thief, turns over to cops

Another petty theft was thwarted by a helpful mob. Banteay Meanchey’s Poipet town police said that a suspect tried to rob a victim’s motorbike while he was in a shop buying medicine on Wednesday.

The owner saw the crime in action and yelled for help. Nearby residents came out of their houses and passengers on motorbikes temporarily diverted their routes, all with the end of goal of beating the daylights out of the suspect, who was sent him to court. DEUM AMPIL

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