This follows the recent case where cops busted a syndicate offering MyKads and birth certificates for sale in Semporna.
The Taiwanese man was detained during one of his monthly visits.
Rural Development Minister Ewon Benedick says one in every four Sabahans is a foreigner.
PBS president Maximus Ongkili says the authorities should leave 'no stone unturned' as the sale of identification documents can threaten the nation's sovereignty.
Police say the gang would steal cars from Perai and Bayan Baru industrial areas while the owners were at work.
NRD officer among trio arrested after man was offered birth certificate for RM3,500 and IC for RM6,000.
The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency says fish caught using explosives are sold for much less in the market.
The syndicate is believed to be an international outfit based in South Africa which lures would-be drug mules by making lucrative offers on Facebook.
KL police also seize items used in making the fake medical certificates from three houses and a printing shop.
Police say smugglers are now using land routes to evade arrest.
Police seized what is suspected to be heroin, marijuana and caffeine powder worth RM149,585.
This followed police reports lodged by 23 victims in Sarawak.
Sng Chee Hua lodged a report to refute allegations that he was behind the victimisation of 47 Malaysians jailed in Cambodia.
Chief Minister Shafie Apdal says the state government is liaising with Wisma Putra for details of those detained since Dec 11.
State police chief Aidi Ismail says the syndicate members will swindle money from their victims on the pretext of wanting to learn more about Islam.
Two syndicates used social media and free messaging apps to promote their frauds, raking in over RM3 million since August.
PBS deputy president Radin Malleh tells Sabahans to keep an eye on anyone offering citizenship or PR to illegal immigrants and alert government agencies concerned.
Bukit Aman says it it is the biggest contraband seizure in the country to date.
ABC News says syndicates are exploiting the visa agreement between the two countries.
Immigration Dept says the syndicate was offering sex services from foreign prostitutes using the WeChat app.
The drugs have been smuggled into the country two weeks ago before they are distributed to neighbouring countries.
Sabah police arrest 42 bookies and punters during month-long operation.
43 cases have been reported in Penang where victims are frightened into thinking they are being investigated for unpaid GST and made to deposit money into an account.
Officials seized 1,187kg of the drug, worth RM71 million.