British Man Found Dead In Daun Penh

Phnom Penh: A foreigner found dead in a rented apartment on December 10, 2019 on the 2nd floor, Room 9, # 40Eo, Street 136, Group 17, Village 12, Sangkat Phsar Kandal 1 Daun Penh, Phnom Penh.

ANDREW GORDON, a 57 year old British male from Scotland was on a tourist visa.

Sources at the scene said the foreigner had been in the room for a few months, but for the last few days had not been seen. Bad smells were reported to the landlord who went through the locked door and discovered the body.

As a result of the examination by Dr. Nong Sovannroth and the Office of Technical Experts, cause of death was given as some (*unspecified) disease. A drugs test appears to have come back as negative.

The man’s belongings were sent to the Implementation of Immigration Planning Procedures of Phnom Penh Municipal Police. 

After the examination, the technical experts transported the body to the pagoda at Stung Meanchey pagoda, Meanchey district, Phnom Penh.

One thought on “British Man Found Dead In Daun Penh

  • December 15, 2019 at 8:35 am

    It’s very sad that this was over a motorbike but unfortunately Cambodia is poor and westerners are seen as millionaires I’m sure the guy would have given them the bike if he had the opportunity


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