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Drugs were disguised as money, police say

A supposedly clever disguise wasn’t enough to throw police off the scent of an alleged drug dealer in Kandal’s Sa’ang district on Friday.

After receiving a tip from village authorities, police stopped the suspected dealer, finding several packets of yama packaged in 100-riel notes.

Police confiscated the man’s moto and cell phone, and sent him straight to court KOH SANTEPHEAP

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