Dane found dead in Cambodia

The 56-year-old Danish man was discovered in a rented room

Local Cambodian media is reporting that a 56-year-old Danish man has been found dead in a rented room in the port city of Sihanoukville in southern Cambodia.The man was found two days ago.

According to the local police, the man died of a heart attack and was not found until several days later.

The Foreign Ministry’s Consular service has confirmed that a Danish citizen  died in Cambodia and that his family has been informed.

Sihanoukville is located more than 230 km southeast of the Cambodian capital of Phnom Pehm. The city is a popular tourist destination.





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