Suspicious minds pay off for Kandal police

Suspicious minds pay off for Kandal police

Some might call it patriarchal for cops to stop and search a young woman walking by herself late at night. But, for police in Kandal province’s Ang Snuol district, the suspicions that led to the stop and frisk turned out to be correct on Thursday night.

Closer inspection uncovered two small bags of methamphetamine, which were confiscated along with a phone. The night walker is now awaiting her day in court at the district police station.

Apsara News

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