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Drug raid nets seven

Drug raid nets seven

Seven Cambodians were arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking and drug use after a raid at a rental house in Phnom Penh’s Phsar Doeum Thkov commune in Chamkarmon district, police said yesterday. Kul Yee, Chamkarmon district police chief, said the six men and one woman were arrested yesterday morning  “while they were exchanging and using drugs inside their rental house”. Kul Yee said police seized drugs and drug paraphernalia, and detained the suspects at the police office for questioning and would be sent to court for possible charges today.


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