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Police Ask Citizens Who Have Lost Their Bikes to Check List of Confiscated Vehicles to Receive Them Back

PHNOM PENH: The Tuol Kork Police Inspectorate have asked those who have lost their motorcycles to check the document posted at the OCIC warehouse (located on OCIC Street, Doeum Kork Village, Chrong Changvar District, Phnom Penh) to see if their stolen vehicles have been retrieved by the police from undocumented pawnshops.

On Tuesday, 20 September, the Phnom Penh Capital Administration confiscated 322 motorcycles from several undocumented pawnshops in Tuol Kork district.

The Tuol Kork Police Inspectorate posted this message notifying citizens who have lost their bikes to check the posted list of confiscated motorcycles with verified license plates, in order to return these vehicles back to their owners.

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