Fish bombers chased out of the water


Illegal catch: Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency personnel inspecting the confiscated fish in cold boxes on the suspects’ boats in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

KOTA KINABALU: Marine police seized some 200kg of fish that were believed to have been caught using explosives in waters within the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park.

Kota Kinabalu maritime director First Admiral Adam Aziz said the fish were seized from two pump boats that were abandoned by their skippers following a chase near Pulau Gaya at about 12.40am yesterday.

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