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Spaced-out dealers miss chance to dodge arrest

Yet another crackdown on small-time dealers proved easy for police in Poipet due to the suspects letting down their guard by sampling their own product.

Police raided a guesthouse in the border town, suspecting seven people were using one of the rooms as a base for their dealing.

Two noticed they were being watched and hot-footed it, while at least some of the remaining five barely noticed they had company, despite being more alert than usual.

Police seized methamphetamine and sent the five to court. DEUM AMPIL

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