boy, 10, discovered at border checkpoint A 10-year-old boy was found at Lowu border checkpoint yesterday about two hours after being reported missing by his mother. The boy, who was unhurt, told police that he wanted to go to Shenzhen to visit his grandfather. His mother made a report to police at about 6.30am when she woke up and found him gone from his home on the So Uk Estate in Cheung Sha Wan. He was later picked up by his mother. TEENAGE MAINLANDER ARRESTED OVER ROBBERIES A young illegal immigrant from China was arrested yesterday for alleged involvement in a series of recent robberies in Yau Ma Tei. The 17-year-old was arrested by detectives while he was walking in Peiho Street near the junction of Woosung Street at about 4pm. Police said last night that the youth claimed to have sneaked into Hong Kong a week ago. He was detained last night for further inquiries. Inquiry after fish die Police were called to a fish pond where 100 fish were found dead at the Sheung Pak Nai Tsuen in Nim Wan Road, Tin Shui Wai. A 63-year-old villager discovered the dead fish in his pond at 6.30am and called the police. Water samples are being examined. $18,000 taken from temple A burglar escaped with $18,000 from Lin Fa Kung Temple in Causeway Bay. Officers were called to the temple in Lily Street after a worker returned to its office at 7.30am and found the drawers prised open and the office ransacked with the money missing. clarification A heroin addict pictured yesterday in the City section was identified as a Hong Kong resident, according to information provided by the police. The information was incorrect. The police, who provided the pictures, have clarified that the woman was in fact from the United States.