A HONG KONG fugitive wanted in connection with a triad murder five years ago has been arrested in Canada for alleged heroin smuggling. Liu Sun-kong, 37, vanished shortly after the killing of 14K triad member Ho Yun-on, 29. Detectives are now liaising with Canadian police after Liu was arrested at a hotel in Scarborough, Ontario, on February 15. Liu and another Hong Kong national, Chau Chi-fai, 30, appeared in court on Thursday charged with importing heroin from Thailand hidden in a shipment of car parts. Detective Superintendent Andy Tsang Wai-hung of New Territories North said Interpol was preparing a red notice for Liu's arrest when he turned up in Canada. 'Liu is wanted for a murder which happened in 1991,' he said. 'Ho Yun-on was shot dead in what we suspect to be a triad dispute. Liu was implicated very soon afterwards. We have eye-witness evidence. We suspect he left Hong Kong on forged documents.' Ho's bullet-riddled body was found dumped outside Pok Oi Hospital in Yuen Long on March 5, 1991. Canadian police said deportation orders had been issued in respect of Liu and Chau.