Tuesday, 20 April 2021 01:42 GMT

Malaysian man apprehended for trafficking drugs in Cambodia


The National Police said on Saturday that anti drug police in Cambodia have apprehended a Malaysian man smuggling 1.17 kg of drugs.

The 39 years old suspect, Kek Chin Seng, was captured on Wednesday in his rental home in Phnom Penh's Chamkarmon district.

Police said that "About 1.09 kilograms of ecstasy, 29.5 grams of ketamine, 0.88 grams of crystal methamphetamine, and 45 grams of Nimetazepam were seized from the alleged drug dealer".

The Cambodia has no death sentence for drug smugglers, under its law, someone found guilty of smuggling over 80 grams of drugs might be jailed for life.


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