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Grilled by cops, wannabe chef spills the beans

Grilled by cops, wannabe chef spills the beans

A Pursat province thief almost had a full kitchen assembled before police caught up with him yesterday in Krakor district.

The boys in blue got a tip-off about some stolen home appliances and zeroed in on their man before bringing him in for interrogation.

Sure enough, under heat the 34-year-old confessed to stealing a fan, a bucket, a gas stove and four plastic chairs with the help of an accomplice.

Quickly finding and cuffing the second suspect, cops sent both off to be charged.

Nokorwat

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