Robber Was Severely Beaten Up by Victim

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Robber Was Severely Beaten Up by Victim

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Sun Nov 12, 2017 4:38 pm

Phnom Penh:
At 6:00 pm on 11 November 2017, a robber named Yan Vireak, a 20 year-old man lived in Sangkat Toul Sangkae was severely beaten up by the victim named Seng Kunthy, a 34 year-old civil servant lived in Khan Don Penh and public in Sangkat Phnom Penh They, Khan Sen Sok.
The victim and the robber have fought over a bellybag and somehow got caught after trying to flee the scene when the victim shouted for help.
In the bellybag there was $50 USD, 3 cellphones, a ATM card and other stuffs.
The accused has been detained at Khan Sen Sok Police Station.


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Re: Robber Was Severely Beaten Up by Victim

Post by chorlton » Sun Nov 12, 2017 5:02 pm

When victims attack :whip:

Good news story for once :twisted:
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