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Tough on the street but squealing at the station

They say there’s no honour among thieves, and blotter has shown that to be true time and again.

Case in point on Friday night when capital police pinched a drug dealer in Chamkarmon district.

Under the lamp, the man was quickly singing like a bird, giving up his compatriots and the location of their drug den.

Police raided the apartment on Sunday, arresting four, and seizing several packages of ya ma. KOH SANTEPHEAP



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