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Two dealers held after holding 17 meth bags

Two dealers held after holding 17 meth bags

A pair of drug dealers were unclear about whether they offered bulk deals for their product when they were arrested yesterday after Kandal province authorities in Kien Svay district found them with 17 bags of meth.

The boys in blue were making the rounds when they spotted the shifty looking men and stopped them for a search. Sure enough, plenty of product was found, which they admitted to selling for 30,000 riel ($7.50) per sack.

They were sent downtown for legal action.

National Police

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