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Suspected dealer can’t remember suppliers

Kampot town police apprehended a suspected drug dealer on Friday, but were no doubt unhappy to hear that the man “couldn’t recall” the source of the drugs.

According to police, the man was suspiciously hanging out on a street corner, and fled when approached by police.

The cops chased him down, however, and found five packets of meth on him.

The suspect reportedly confessed, but said he couldn’t remember either his customers nor his connection, because they usually did business at night. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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