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Siem Reap drugs bust

Siem Reap drugs bust

Siem Reap police have arrested and charged a 34-year-old man after raiding his home and seizing more than 4,000 illegal amphetamine pills. During the Monday evening raid, police found thousands of yama tablets, scales and drug paraphernalia. Police said the suspect, Bet Tim, had recently moved to Siem Reap from Kampong Thom province. The suspect’s wife and child, who were present at the raid, were missing when police tried to question them yesterday morning.

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