couple questioned over death of two-year-old Police were last night questioning a man and his wife in connection with the death of their two-year-old daughter. The girl's father, 33, and her mother, 27, were being interviewed by detectives at Shamshuipo police station. Police were waiting for a post-mortem exam to determine the cause of the girl's death. Doctors at Caritas Medical Centre tried to save the girl after the couple brought her in but she died shortly afterwards. Doctors alerted police after finding the girl had multiple bruises. bank raider douses employee in kerosene A masked robber armed with a knife and a bottle of kerosene raided the Heung Sze Wui Road branch of Wing Lung Bank in Tuen Mun and escaped with $20,000 yesterday. The man grabbed a woman employee by the neck, poured kerosene on her head and demanded that a teller put money on the counter. The woman suffered a minor cut to her hand. She was treated then discharged from Tuen Mun Hospital. residents evacuated in blaze drama Firemen evacuated 100 people during a blaze in a building in Ma Tau Chung Road, To Kwa Wan. The fire broke out in the meter room on the ground floor, causing residents living on the upper floors to run to the roof. They were later led to safety by firemen. No one was hurt. three handguns seized in crime crackdown Fourteen men were arrested by officers from the Organised Crime and Triad Bureau following the seizure of three handguns during an anti-crime operation on Sha Tau Kok Highway. Officers stopped and searched seven vehicles on the highway near the Wo Hang section. robbery victim has her neck slashed A woman was slashed across the neck in an attempted robbery in Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. The 42-year-old was walking alone shortly after 2am when the would-be robber jumped on her from behind and slashed her neck when she struggled. The attacker fled empty-handed. The woman was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital where her condition was last night stable.