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Kratie drug bust nets 4

Kratie drug bust nets 4

POLICE raided two houses in Kratie province's Chhlong district last week in a joint operation that saw the arrest of four men suspected of producing and dealing drugs.

Kratie provincial police chief Chuong Seang Hak said Sunday that police had arrested the men for possession and possible production, adding they have been sent to Kratie provincial court.

The raid was organised by anti-drug officials from the Ministry of Interior and provincial police, he added.

The four suspects were identified as On Vallen, 46, the owner of Kratie's Vimean Sok guesthouse; Oeum Vuth, 22; Heang Ra, 40; and Sor Sophal, age unknown, all from Chhlong district.

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