Burglars steal cash and seafood from shop Burglars broke into a Shamshuipo shop and escaped with $60,000 in cash and 15 boxes of abalone and other dried seafood worth a total of $250,000 before staff arrived for work yesterday. Police were called to the ground-floor shop in Ki Lung Street at about 6.30am, when a woman employee, 60, arrived for work and discovered the shop had been ransacked. In a separate case, a knife-wielding man fled with $60,000 in cash from a cafe in Austin Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, after tying up and blindfolding kitchen staff at about 6am. MAN held afteralleged indecent assault on tram A 52-year-old man was arrested by police for allegedly indecently assaulting a woman while she was sitting on the upper deck of a Central-bound tram from Western District. The victim, 32, complained to the tram driver, who closed the door to prevent passengers from getting off and called the police. The alleged victim told officers she boarded the tram at Eastern Street shortly before 2pm and sat on the upper deck when a man stood behind her and pressed his groin against her shoulder. The man was arrested and was being questioned last night. examination fails to uncover cause of death The results of a post-mortem examination on a 44-year-old man who died after being assaulted by four youths in a cosmetics shop in Mongkok on Thursday had failed to provide a conclusive result, according to police. A spokeswoman for the force said further tests would be required to establish the cause of Chan Kang-kai's death. A police investigation had found that Chan was an asthma sufferer. Officers were still searching for the youths who assaulted the victim. driver arrested after knocking woman down A 33-year-old motorist was arrested for alleged drink driving after knocking down an elderly woman in Homantin. The woman, 66, suffered head injuries after being hit in Chung Hau Street on the Oi Man Estate at about 6.30am. She was admitted to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in a critical condition. The driver allegedly failed a breath test. He was released on $6,000 bail and is due to report to police next month. fraudster jailed for 4 ? years over credit crime A 34-year-old man was sentenced at the District Court to four-and-a-half years' in jail after he pleaded guilty to five counts of credit card-related fraud. Police Commercial Crime Bureau officers arrested the man outside his home in Wan Chai last August, when they found a forged credit card on him. A search of his flat found two more fake credit cards, a computer and other card-making equipment. SISTERS BREATHE GAS Two young sisters became unwell when they inhaled gas after accidentally putting out the flame of their water heater while they were having a bath at their Ngau Tam Mei home in Mai Po, Sheung Shui, last night. The sisters, aged six and nine, were admitted to the Northern District Hospital in stable condition.