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Parents’ concern turns to anger in record time

Seven Poipet students learned the hard way that cutting class rarely pays. Parents of the teens called the police on Tuesday, saying their children were missing.

A brief police hunt turned the group up in a nearby guest house, where all were using drugs. With little means of escape, the students were quickly corralled and admitted to playing hooky, drug use and lying to their parents. Kampuchea Thmey

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