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Deal proves a bridge too far for young hustlers

Two teen girls fell victim to what we’ll generously term a “sting” in Kampong Speu’s Chbarmon town on Wedneday. Military police lured the girls, aged 17 and 19, to a supposed drug sale at a local bridge.

When the duo arrived with a small package of yama, four officers arrested them. They confessed, saying that they purchased the illicit substance from a drug ring several months ago. KOH SANTEPHEAP



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