At least 125 people claim to have had their cars stolen after allowing a bogus company to rent them out, only to find that the vehicles were later sold to a pawnshop in Phnom Penh’s Russei Keo district, police said Wednesday. Sixty car owners gathered at the Ly Hour pawnshop on Wednesday after documents were obtained showing that a couple, Yu Sukhun and Keo Sreynit—who told people they were brokers working for a tourism company—sold their cars on as part of a scam. “We know that 125 people have lost their vehicles and that a total of 210
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