The department’s deputy director Long Sreng said that on Saturday, Boueng Keng Kang district police officers in collaboration with his department raided a location storing and distributing methanol.
The methanol seized was not suitable for hand washing and would not protect against Covid-19.
Sreng said the seized items included 19 yellow buckets of methanol weighing 163kg each, 75 jerry cans and pumping equipment.
“After the raid, the owner was required to sign a contract agreeing to stop importing and distributing fake alcohol.
“We are continuing to carry out raids and crackdown on counterfeit products. I will not reveal any identities yet, but we have a further three raids planned next week,” he said. — Phnom Penh Post/ANN
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