Dawdling druggie busted as pals outrun the fuzz

Dawdling druggie busted as pals outrun the fuzz

The early birds ditched the drugs and avoided cuffs when police spotted some suspicious characters while on patrol in Kandal province’s Takhmao town yesterday.

Noticing three particularly shifty individuals on the street, the boys in blue headed over for a search.

Two chucked their baggies and booked it, but the third person was pinched, with cops turning up two more bags.

Confessing he had bought his product from the speedier sellers, the 28-year-old was led off to the district station for charges.

National Police

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