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Addicted to gambling, and fleeing from police

Seven gamblers in Poipet rolled the dice one too many times when police arrested them at an illegal gaming den on Sunday.

District police raided the rental house where they discovered about 15 “people addicted to gambling”.

Upon their arrival, gamblers scrambled to escape, and all but four men and three women evaded arrest. Authorities confiscated the motorbikes belonging to those who escaped. DEUM AMPIL

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