You can hide but you can’t run, dealer learns

You can hide but you can’t run, dealer learns

Eagle -eyed cops bested a Phnom Penh dealer at a game of hide and seek when they noticed him ditching his drugs on the street on Wednesday night.

Patrolling Por Sen Chey district, police spotted the pusher pushing away something suspect as they approached.

Finding nothing on his person, they scoped out the surrounds and found the baggie of meth he discarded earlier.

The skittish seller was arrested and taken to headquarters.

Nokorwat

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