Owner of Alamo Cafe Admits to Murder & Shows Police Where She Dumped the Body Parts in Phnom Penh, Cambodia (Sentenced)
Cambodia Breaking News, Phnom Penh: A gruesome sight of washed up limbs appeared on riverside in Phnom Penh's Daun Penh district this morning. Passers-by first noticed a hand and then a foot on the riverbank at around 11:20 am on June 9, 2019. Other body parts are being discovered, and police are investigating.
The identity of the deceased is not yet known, or even whether the corpse is male or female. Further details will be released later.
Further photos from Khmer news outlets on the darknet forum.
Cambodia Breaking News (Phnom Penh): On June 11, 2019, the Royal Gendarmerie arrested a woman aged about 40-year-old, named Sin Da, who killed her friend by cutting her body into pieces, and throwing them into the river on June 03, 2019. The victim was identified as Kim Yaneang, a 40-year-old hairdresser. And the woman arrested has been identified as the owner of the Tex-Mex restaurant called Alamo Cafe in Phnom Penh.
After the arrest, the suspect showed the police where she took the body parts to throw in the river. The police are at present questioning the suspect at Phnom Penh Royal Gendarmerie.
According to the victim's daughter, on June 02, 2019, her mother went to visit her friend's house in Psar Kandal area. After that, she took her friend's son aged about 7-year-old sleep at her home in Sangkat Toul Sangke. Until 09 am, on June 03, she took the kid back to his house.
Then, the victim, who was carrying some money and some jewelry, went missing. The kid said after she dropped him off, she drove the motorbike to the south, but he didn't know where she was going.
The victim's daughter went to file the complaint at Chey Chumneas police station. She also posted that her mother was missing on social media, together with her phone number for anyone to contact her with news.
Finally, police arrested the suspect, who is reported to be a close friend of the victim, this morning.