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Suspect caught with boxes of fake booze

Suspect caught with boxes of fake booze

A man was caught with 12 boxes of fake whisky in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district on Tuesday, anti-economic crime police said yesterday. Pit Phanga, director of the anti-economic crime police, said the suspect was caught with 12 boxes of fake 12- and 18-year-old Chivas Regal, a brand made in Scotland, and 2,600 fake Johnny Walker labels at the New World City apartment complex in Phnom Penh’s Thmey commune. Police launched an investigation with the Phnom Penh deputy prosecutor after receiving a tip-off from the organisation Asia Global Risk, he said. The suspect is being detained awaiting trial.

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