Police were last night hunting a confidence trickster who walked away with $3 million worth of electronic parts in front of his victim. Detectives have recovered the goods but suspect the culprit, a man in his 30s, may have fled Hong Kong for the mainland. Another 42-year-old man was arrested for handling stolen property and officers recovered the stolen electronic parts from a godown in Sheung Shui yesterday. Police said the deception took place about noon on Thursday when the owner of a trading company delivered the electronic parts to an industrial building in Kwai Hei Street in Kwai Chung as requested by a man. When the owner arrived with the goods at the industrial building, he handed them over and was asked to wait at the entrance, police said. After a while he became suspicious, walked back and discovered that the man and the goods had disappeared. He called the police and inquiries revealed that the electronic parts may have been driven away in a van. Police arrested a 42-year-old driver in Kwai Chung on Friday in connection with the delivery of the parts. After questioning the man, police raided a godown in Sheung Shui in the northern New Territories yesterday, where they found the stolen goods. The arrested man was last night still being held for questioning as police searched for the man, suspected to be his boss.