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Pond-side pill-peddler has plenty to ponder

Sitting pond-side in Kandal province’s Loeuk Dek district, a suspected drug dealer thought he’d found a tranquil place for some business on Saturday only to have his serenity shaken when officers turned up.

According to police, the man, who had been on the “radar” for some time, was found with two packets of methamphetamine, which he later admitted he got from a friend to sell to a customer.

The suspect will now be sent to court, police say.

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