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Touchscreen fever sees drug dealers unmasked

Keeping a low profile is generally thought a key element of the drug-dealing game, but a pair of yama-slinging ladies threw caution to the wind on Tuesday when the prospect of a free iPad came their way.

The duo were at the capital’s Kandal market when they saw the Apple product sitting next to a woman eating. Swooping in, they grabbed it and fled, only to have market security chase them down. During the frisk that followed, 12 packets of drugs emerged, as did confessions. DEUM AMPIL

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