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Drug small fry leading police to bigger fish

The arrest of an alleged small-time drug user on Sunday is leading cops to incrementally bigger players in Kandal’s Mok Kampoul district.

Police said they stopped the teen after he made a suspicious-looking handoff with a woman. During the stop, police turned up a small packet of drugs, which the teen reportedly confessed to buying from the woman.

Police, in turn, arrested the woman and questioned her. Now, based on her answers, they’re looking for a 40-year-old man suspected of supplying her. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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