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Police arrest Cambodian man for procuring sex

Police arrest Cambodian man for procuring sex

A 42-year-old Cambodian national was arrested this week in Phnom Penh’s Tonle Bassac commune on suspicion of providing children to foreigners for purposes of sex, after APLE reported his whereabouts to the Anti-Human Trafficking and Juvenile Protection Unit. Police had been searching for the suspect since September 2010. Police said they are interrogating the suspect and that formal charges are expected to be forthcoming.

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