THREE teenagers have been charged with the murder of a 14-year-old girl who died two years ago after being run over by a vehicle and sustaining multiple injuries. The partly-clad body of schoolgirl Ho Wing-sze was discovered in a parking lot for container trucks at the Hong Kong United Dockyard, in Sai Cho Wan Road, Tsing Yi, in November 1994. She was last seen alive at Riviera Garden in Tsuen Wan at 9.20 pm after being dropped off by her family members outside her home. The reward of $250,000 offered by police for information leading to the arrest of the culprits is among the 10 highest rewards currently on offer by the police. New Territories South detectives arrested the teenagers, who have each been charged with one count of murder. Detectives said they believed more suspects were at large. One of the three arrested, Luk Cheuk-bong, 16, appeared in the Tsuen Wan Court yesterday. No plea was taken. On Friday, Sin Chi-wai, 19, and Or Kam-yam, 16, appeared in court, charged with the girl's murder. Yesterday the court prosecutor said the two cases would be consolidated and made an application to adjourn until Tuesday. A senior police inspector told the court the victim had been deliberately run over by a goods van, which they were trying to locate. Luk's lawyer told the court his client had been assaulted by police during questioning. He claimed Luk had been threatened by police not to complain to doctors when examined. The case was adjourned until Tuesday. Luk was remanded in custody.