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Takeo women arrested for carrying marijuana

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Women were arrested for carrying marijuana. Police

Takeo women arrested for carrying marijuana

Police on Wednesday arrested two women for trafficking 11kg of dried marijuana in Takeo province.

Kiri Vong district police chief Yok Sarat said: “They were caught carrying bags [of dried marijuana] on a scooter when police stopped them on the street. They were detained soon after.”

The suspects were identified as Kruy Sivtiang, 30, and Pheap Liang Hort, 28.

No further information was forthcoming on where the two were heading or what they were going to do with the marijuana packages.

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