SHENZHEN officials yesterday denied reports that two former vice-mayors had been arrested for corruption. Vice-Mayor Li Guangzhen and government spokesman Huang Xinhua separately denied reports that Li Chuanfang and Zhang Hongyi were being detained in Beijing. Ms Li and Mr Zhang, along with 82 other senior officials and company executives, were yesterday reported to be under investigation by a team led by Secretary-General of the State Council, Luo Gan. Vice-Mayor Li said the report was 'totally false' and stressed that Ms Li and Mr Zhang had left the Government as part of a routine reshuffle. Chinese sources said Mr Luo's investigation team arrived in Shenzhen more than a week ago to look into corruption charges related to the city's tax and customs departments. They claimed the investigation was linked to cases in Beijing.