A tourist was last night being sought by police in connection with the killing of a woman in Chungking Mansions. A Bangladeshi man disappeared shortly before an Indian woman in her 40s was found dead inside one of the guesthouse rooms on the 13th floor of the building on Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui at dawn. Officers were called to the scene at about 6.15am after an employee discovered bloodstains outside a room and made a report to police. The body of the woman was found lying in a pool of blood behind the door. 'Multiple injuries, including stab wounds, were found on the victim's head and back and there was a deep stab wound in her stomach. The wounds were probably caused by a very sharp object,' a police spokesman said. 'There were signs of a struggle inside the room. No weapon was located and no identity of the victim was found at the scene.' He said an autopsy would be carried out this morning to establish the cause of death. Investigators said officers got the name of the victim from a female friend. Staff told officers the victim and her female friend had arrived at the guesthouse shortly before midnight. Police covered all exits and checked the identity of everyone who entered and left the packed guesthouse, which offers cheap tourist accommodation. Officers also mounted a door-to-door search of the building but found no trace of the suspect or a weapon. Footage from closed-circuit television cameras was seized. The spokesman said police were looking for one of the guesthouse's tenants - a Bangladeshi man - in connection with the murder case, but refused to give further details. One employee told investigators that a Bangladeshi guest had ordered a 4.30am call yesterday as he had to check out - but had left early.