Interior Ministry’s Anti-Drug Department in cooperation with Kampong Thom province on Wednesday found more than 50 kilos of crystal meth after four suspects were arrested on Monday for trafficking 40 kilos of meth in Stantuk district.
Police officers identified them as Cambodians Kong Vannak, 40, Sok Bunsereichai, 42, and Ly Toek, 53, and the Thai national as Sak Saesong, 32. 40 kilograms of crystal meth were also confiscated.
Major General Ouk Kosal, Kampong Thom provincial police chief, said that after the four suspects were questioned, it led to another seizure of more crystal meth hidden in Kampong Svay district’s Sankor commune.
Speaking at the meeting on Anti-Human Trafficking strategy plan today at the Interior Ministry, Interior Minister Sar Kheng said that Anti-Drug police confiscated 93 kilograms of crystal meth in Kampong Thom province between Monday and Wednesday.
“Police arrested a Thai man and three Cambodian men and confiscated about 93 kilos of crystal meth,” Mr Kheng said.