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Unwanted hotel guests booked in by the police

Unwanted hotel guests booked in by the police

It wasn't late-night room service, but a drug bust that had the halls of a Phnom Penh guesthouse buzzing on Monday night.

After getting a tip about four suspicious characters checking into the Russey Keo district motel, Military Police paid a visit.

Two men and two women were arrested and their seven bags of meth, smartphones, cash and motorbikes were confiscated before they were ferried downtown.

Kampuchea Thmey

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