Young Boy Has Lost his Family in Phnom Penh

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Young Boy Has Lost his Family in Phnom Penh

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Phnom Penh: At 11 am on October 11, 2019 at Chom Chao intersection at Prey Chisak village, Sangkat Chaom 3, Khan Por Senchey, a motodop who was waiting for customers saw a little boy looking pale and frightened. The boy said that he was lost and trying to find his way home, but he didn't know his address.
So the motodop took the 8-year-old kid to the nearest police station at district Chaom 3. The boy told the police that his mother is a garment worker, but he doesn't remember her name.
Police were still searching for the boy's parents or relatives this afternoon. If anyone has news, please contact the Chaom Chao police.
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Re: Young Boy Has Lost his Family in Phnom Penh

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CEOCambodiaNews wrote: Fri Oct 11, 2019 11:38 pmThe boy told the police that his mother is a garment worker, but he doesn't remember her name.
Surely, something got lost in translation here?
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