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Don’t run when you can hide, dealers find out

Six men in Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district on Wednesday learned that running from the police for seemingly no reason is a great way to rouse suspicion.

Police said that they saw the suspects loitering in a park late at night before the men, looking like deer in headlights, tried to scurry off at the sight of law enforcement.

Police chased them down and found two packets of illicit drugs, which the men reportedly admitted they were trying to sell.

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