Online gaming op raided, 20 busted

Police in Cambodia’s Preah Sihanouk province arrested 20 Chinese suspects believed to be running an illegal online gaming business, Khmer Times reports.

“The suspects have been detained for questioning and police are gathering evidence, including computers and other related materials,” Provincial police chief Choun Narin said.

The raids came following an investigation by specialist officers ordered by provincial court prosecutor Lim Bunheng, with the crackdown taking place in Chamkar Spei village, Preah Sihanouk town.

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