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Police nab four accused of trafficking in drugs

Police nab four accused of trafficking in drugs

Four suspected drug traffickers were arrested in the capital’s Tuol Kork district over the weekend after their house was raided by drug enforcement officers.

Director of the Ministry of Interior’s Anti-Drug police Khieu Saman said that two women and two men were arrested.

Police confiscated 30 pills of methamphetamine and 50 grams of crystal methamphetamine.

He said the raid was the result of  months of investigation.

To contact the reporter on this story: Buth Reaksmey Kongkea at [email protected]

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