Dealer suspect plays peek-a-boo with cops

Dealer suspect plays peek-a-boo with cops

Another long run came to an end after a drug suspect led police on a multi-province game of cat and mouse.

Acting on a tip, police had raided the man’s Phnom Penh home, where he was allegedly selling drugs, but he was lucky enough to escape through a back door.

A warrant was issued in August of 2012, but the slippery suspect skipped from Phnom Penh to Stung Treng to Kratie to Ratanakkiri, where he was finally apprehended on Wednesday. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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