AT least 10 Thai workers collected bank statements yesterday to support allegations their boss had funnelled part of their salaries into his own pocket. Some of the Thai workers, at the Tsing Yi site of the Rambler Channel bridge, found out on Monday part of their monthly payments, up to $2,000, had been transferred to the account of their camp boss. Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Union spokesman Ng Sze-long said it was helping workers collect bank statements yesterday to identify any potential 'wrongdoing'. 'One worker discovered $2,250 had been transferred to the camp boss' account in the past 15 months,' Mr Ng said. 'He had not asked the camp boss to send money back to his Thai family, so we don't know why part of his salary has been transferred to another account. 'More than 100 workers informed us verbally they have found money was missing from their accounts.' Mr Ng said the boss had not shown up to work for several days and they could not find an explanation for the missing money. Mr Ng said he would hold a meeting with the workers on Sunday and they would report to the police if they believed money had been stolen from salaries.