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Battambang bunch busted for meth dealing

Battambang bunch busted for meth dealing

A trio was arrested by the cops in Battambang and sent to the court yesterday after they were busted for drug trafficking on the weekend.

Someone’s Sunday afternoon meth-smoking session never came to fruition when the men were intercepted while running a delivery to a client’s home.

Police found several bags of meth totalling some 230 grams. Along with the narcotics, they confiscated two smartphones and the delivery vehicle, a Honda Dream.

Two more suspects are currently being sought.

National Police

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