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Police pinch pusher by posing as purchasers

A police sting in Battambang left one 25-year-old drug dealer looking decidedly sheepish yesterday, when he arrived at a prospective drug deal to find cuffs, not clients, awaiting him.

Police caught wind of a deal going down from an undercover source, and so a police patrol was assigned to lurk at the preordained spot.

The suspect arrived with two large bags of drugs in tow, earning him a swift arrest from the police welcoming committee.

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