Trafficked Malaysian Woman Rescued After Pleading For Help From The Cambodian DPM

Cambodian police forces have arrested five suspects and are currently looking for the other members of the syndicate.

A Malaysian victim of human trafficking was successfully rescued after she managed to reach out to the Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister Samdech Krolahom Sar Kheng on social media for help

A spokesperson from the Cambodian Ministry of Interior reported on Wednesday, 24 August, that the victim reached out to Sar Kheng for help through a Facebook post, informing him that she was held captive at the coastal city of Sihanoukville, located in the south-west of Cambodia.

She had allegedly attempted to pay for her release by giving RM31,000 to her captors. Unfortunately, she reported that she was later sold to another syndicate.

In full: https://says.com/my/news/trafficked-malaysian-woman-rescued-after-pleading-for-help-from-the-cambodian-dpm

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