Missing plates put an end to dealers’ meth biz

Missing plates put an end to dealers’ meth biz

Two hapless meth peddlers had their operation blown by a missing moto licence yesterday in the capital’s Tuol Kork district.

Police asked the pair to pull over to explain their absent licence, a request the pair foolishly refused, and instead answered by making a break for it while also littering the ground with 40 bags of meth.

Police gave chase and apprehended the pair, who then proceeded to squeal on their customers, allowing the city cops to round up six more ne’er do wells.

Nokorwat

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