Police Hand Over Lost Bag to Spanish Lady at Angkor Wat

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Police Hand Over Lost Bag to Spanish Lady at Angkor Wat

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Sun Sep 09, 2018 4:30 pm

9 September 2018
Siem Reap: The national police website has posted a picture of the police at Angkor Wat handing over a bag to a tourist woman in the Angkor Archaeological Park.
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It seems that the woman, 23 year old Nerea Barroso Claris from Spain, had forgotten her backpack at Bayon Temple, someone handed it in to police, who gave it back to the grateful tourist.
The bag contained 50 Euros, US $ 22, Khmer Riel 2,000 , 571,000 VND, 12 vouchers, 2 ticket templates, 1 phone charger and 1 notebook, and nothing was missing.
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Re: Police Hand Over Lost Bag to Spanish Lady at Angkor Wat

Post by bolueeleh » Sun Sep 09, 2018 7:59 pm

its funny that the guy on the left had to stick his hand out awkwardly to touch the bag, as if to say that he has a part to finding / returning too :D
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