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Drug duo try to cop deal with unwanted clientele

An undercover operation netted the police two suspected drug dealers yesterday.

In Tbong Khmum province’s Tbong Khmum district. Police, dressed as civilians and pretending to be drug addicts, approached two women aged 25 and 35, and tried to cop a hit.

The pair fell for it, and were quickly arrested by the undercover officers, who then found 20 packages of drugs on the suspects. They allegedly confessed and were sent to court. DEUM APIL

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