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Cook is cooked after police raid residence

Cook is cooked after police raid residence

A cook and his friend didn’t have the right recipe for keeping their drug-dealing operation secret, as it was discovered by cops in Siem Reap province’s Teuk Vil commune on Saturday.

After getting a tip from an undercover agent, cops went to where they were staying, and found a bag of “ice”, smoking paraphernalia, three phones and a motorbike.

Both were arrested, and they are being prepared to be grilled in court.

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