Cops interrupt dealer’s late-night deliveries

Cops interrupt dealer’s late-night deliveries

A dodgy-looking dealer is out of the game after a routine police patrol in Kandal province’s Ponhea Leu district spotted him playing the part.

The 21-year-old pusher was caught riding his moto alone in the middle of the night, casting shifty glances at the officers.

Upon further inspection, the cops found the suspect to be on his daily delivery run to the local villages, confiscating a number of packages of meth, some cash and mobile phones.

He was sent to court to be charged. NOKORWAT

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