AN unemployed man is accused of breaking into the residence of Australian Consul-General Dr Jocelyn Chey and making away with $14 million in valuables. No plea was taken from Lau Siu-ming, 42, who allegedly committed the offence on March 29. The valuables taken from the residence at Island Road, Aberdeen, included antique seals, two Ming Dynasty ivory pieces, a jade pendant, a 13-carat Burma ruby and two 25-carat Cat's Eye stones. Western Court Magistrate Mr Ian Candy adjourned the case until May 3 to allow time for further inquiries. The defendant was remanded in custody.