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Lotto man’s popularity arouses suspicions

Following complaints about illegal gambling and burglaries in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district on Sunday, authorities took notice of the comings and goings at the home of a local, 24.

Upon investigating, they found he had allegedly been illegally selling lottery tickets from his home for months.

The suspect was arrested and sent to court, while the money was confiscated.

Authorities are investigating a potential gambling network.

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