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A tin of brownies could have avoided drug raid

It pays to get along with one’s neighbours, especially when one is an alleged drug dealer. It was unhappy neighbours who proved to be the undoing of four alleged dealers in Battambang town on Saturday, police said.

After getting a tip from irate locals, cops swarmed the rental house of the alleged dealers, who tried to flee through a window, but were too slow. In the raid, police seized five packages of drugs, and sent the men to court. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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