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Market security guard had a guarded secret

Market security guard had a guarded secret

Police acting on a tip hauled off a 35-year-old market security guard on Wednesday when they raided his Phnom Penh rental home and discovered a pair of illegal guns and a stash of ammunition.

While the house call was precipitated by a tip about the guns, police also discovered drug paraphernalia, which was confiscated along with five mobiles phones and a computer.

They’re now investigating a potentially larger criminal enterprise.

Koh Santepheap

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