Anti-human trafficking police on Wednesday arrested a man and his wife for attempting to cross the Poipet border checkpoint in Banteay Meanchey province with a six-month-old baby girl they had bought in Phnom Penh so that they could beg with her in Malaysia, police said Thursday. Brigadier General Prum Santhor, deputy Phnom Penh police chief in charge of human trafficking, said that Heng Chhun, 48, and Sam Na, 38, were arrested at the checkpoint with the baby and two physically disabled men, whom they intended to escort to Malaysia to beg on the street. “We received information from
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