Cambodia Drug Trafficking Arrests: Over 60 kg of Narcotics Seized

June 19, 2024
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Cambodia’s Anti-Drug Department (ADP) successfully arrested nine individuals, including eight foreigners and one Cambodian, for drug manufacturing and trafficking in Sihanoukville. The operation, conducted at midnight on Saturday, led to the seizure of over 60 kg of narcotics. It includes ecstasy, crystal methamphetamine, and ketamine. This significant bust is part of ongoing efforts to combat drug-related crimes within the country.

Source: KhmerTimes


The arrests were the culmination of an extensive investigation targeting a drug trafficking ring operating in the southwestern coastal city. The operation not only disrupted the trafficking activities but also led to the seizure of significant quantities of drugs and other related materials. This incident underscores Cambodia’s commitment to curbing the pervasive issue of drug trafficking that affects many parts of Southeast Asia.



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Source: Brainwave Science