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Witnesses drop dime on dozen dealers in capital

Witnesses drop dime on dozen dealers in capital

A crew of Phnom Penh drug users were making efficient use of the space in a guesthouse room until they were busted on Friday by Meanchey district’s boys in blue.

Local witnesses tipped off police when they saw 12 suspicious-looking men and women go into one room.

Sure enough, cops showed up for a search and found three bags of an illicit substance.

Motorbikes were taken as evidence and the dozen druggies were forwarded to the station for interrogation.

Koh Santeheap

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