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Drug-pushing farmers face spell in the clink

Drug-pushing farmers face spell in the clink

Two suspected ice dealers got into hot water after they were arrested in Oddar Meanchey province on Wednesday.

Police reported that the suspects, both farmers aged 23 and 33 years, were intercepted in Anlong Veng district where they were found to be in possession of a booty of illegal drugs including 13 packages of ice.

The goods have all been confiscated and the pair are now in police custody.

Kampuchea Thmey

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