Traffickers learn loose lips sink shipments

Traffickers learn loose lips sink shipments

A police raid on a house in Stung Treng’s Siem Pang district on Thursday led to the arrest of two drug traffickers.

Officers stormed into the house, demanding to know where one occupant bought the drugs he was ingesting.

The man quickly revealed his suppliers. Police later found the two traffickers, in their twenties and thirties, with 27 yama tablets as they made a delivery.

The woman told police she had run drug deliveries for years, while the man was released from prison last year. Nokorwat

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