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Guards become salesmen become handcuffed

A group of market security guards and cleaners in Stung Treng town allegedly decided to try some commerce of their own, but their choice of illicit product only landed them in trouble on Sunday.

Police said they followed the men to a house where they caught the foursome red-handed with packs of yama. Two of the men had been selling and the other pair buying, police said.

The group was cuffed but police are looking for more suspects. NOKORWAT

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