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Dope-slinging teens taken to task for trade

Dope-slinging teens taken to task for trade

A pair of teenage boys is realising they chose the wrong way to earn some pocket money now that they’ve been arrested for possessing 20 small bags of drugs.

The suspects, 14 and 15 years old, were arrested on their red motorbike in Kandal’s Sa’ang district on Tuesday.

According to police, the youths confessed that a man, 30, gave them 170,000 Riels (about US$42.50) to buy the drugs and re-sell them. The teens, drugs and moto are now in police custody.



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