Four Vietnam nationals escape from Yilan detention center

Want China Times
Date: 2015-08-03

Four Vietnamese nationals detained by the National Immigration Agency for illegal stays C802C0131H_2015資料照片_N71_copy1in Taiwan, escaped from the Yilan detention center in the country’s northeast on Sunday, triggering a manhunt operation by police and other authorities.

The escape was discovered in the early hours of the day when the detention center personnel running a routine headcount realized that four inmates were missing from a room, according to the detention center.

All four of the escapees are from Vietnam, the center said, noting that the detainees managed to loosen screws on the iron bars of a room window, then crawled from the window out to the eaves of the facility’s kitchen on the first floor before jumping down to the ground, the center said.

The Yilan detention center is run by the immigration agency to detain foreigners arrested for illegal stays in Taiwan before their deportation.  [FULL  STORY]

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