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Police detain 9 during bus station raids

Police detain 9 during bus station raids

Nine Cambodians were arrested yesterday for drug use in a joint raid by police, military police and court officials on two bus stations in Phnom Penh’s Russei Keo district, police officials said. Phnom Penh Municipal Police Vice Chief Pen Rath said that the nine arrested in Tuol Sangke commune’s Tuol Kork village were employees working for Paragon Bus Company and Rithy Mony Bus Company. “They are now being detained at the Tuol Kork district police station for questioning.” 

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