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Fire-happy drug dealers feel the heat in Kampot

Police in Kampot busted a husband-and-wife drug trafficking outfit on Monday.

Police had kept their eye on the couple for some time, and finally raided the marital abode only to be met with the sight of man and wife desperately trying to incinerate their incriminating business inventory.

Police seized the pair and the scorched remains of their stash. Their drugs and dreams of illicit business success up in smoke, the couple are now being sent to provincial court.

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