Two S. Korean men in Cambodia court for allegedly trafficking 1.38 kg of drug

Cambodian anti-drug police on Sunday (July 26) sent two South Korean men to the Phnom Penh Municipal Court for allegedly trafficking 1.38 kg of illicit drug, the National Police reported on its website on Monday.

Major General In Song, deputy chief of the Anti-Drug Police Department, said that they were arrested at their rental apartment in Phnom Penh’s Chamkar Mon district on Thursday with 1.38 kg of crystal methamphetamine.

“They had attempted to traffic the drug from Cambodia to South Korea,” In Song was quoted as saying by the National Police.

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