Published on: Monday, August 11, 2014
Its Director Rodzi Md Saad said 75 per cent of them were Filipinos, 20 per cent Indonesians and five per cent other races.
"They were sent back through the Sandakan, Semporna and Tawau ports and airports.
The number of illegal immigrants still being held at the three temporary detention centres in Sabah is 12,412," he told reporters here Sunday.
Meanwhile, he said 84 men and 54 women were detained in an integrated operation on Saturday night.