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Police after dealers’ dealers in Dangkor

Police after dealers’ dealers in Dangkor

Police in Phnom Penh’s Dangkor district worked their way up the ladder to bust seven suspects accused of delivering drugs on Sunday.

Cops said a string of recent arrests had led them to the dealers, aged 18 to 28, none of whom had straight jobs.

Police seized 22 packets of meth and drug-using paraphernalia in the busts, and are now looking for the dealers’ dealers.

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