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Former dog thief’s night quickly goes to the dogs

Former dog thief’s night quickly goes to the dogs

An alleged petty thief in Kampong Chhnang town was arrested on Monday night after reportedly graduating to drug dealing.

Police said the man’s neighbours saw a shady deal go down at his place and called police.

Officers raided the premises, turning up a package of yama and some paraphernalia.

Police arrested the man, who reportedly confessed under questioning that he had been a drug dealer for some time, adding helpfully that he’d also stolen motos as well as neighbours’ dogs, which he sold for meat. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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