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A South Korean national deported to his country over drug crime

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Kim Seonghoon (third from left), a 44-year-old South Korean national was sent back to his country. Fresh News

Anti-drug police in cooperation with investigation department of General Department of Immigration have deported a South Korean national to his country on Tuesday over drug crime.

Lieutenant General Loek Vannak, director of Interior Ministry’s Anti-drug Police Department, said on Wednesday that a 44-year-old South Korean national Kim Seonghoon was sent back to his country via Phnom Penh International Airport on Tuesday after his arrest in December.

“This South Korean man was arrested over drug trafficking from Cambodia to South Korea,” Lt Gen Vannak said “Mr Seonghoon was arrested with Interpol’s red notice on December 05, 2018 in Phnom Penh.”

He said that Cambodian police arrested Mr Seonghoon in Phnom Penh after South Korean authority had provided the information related to the case.

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