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Junkies raid grocery store to feed addiction

Two drug addicts, aged 17 and 28, were apprehended on Sunday after allegedly breaking into a grocery shop in Pursat’s Kandieng district to find money to get them their fix.

Police say the break-in occurred on Thursday night and the suspects stole an assortment of items, including lamps.

The pair was arrested and questioned on Sunday.

They reportedly confessed, and the owner recovered some of the stolen goods.

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