An alleged triad member was arrested yesterday for an arson attack at a Yuen Long restaurant on Tuesday. The 31-year-old man, a suspected member of the 14K triad, had allegedly hurled a firebomb at the ground-floor entrance of the restaurant. He was arrested after he arrived at Yuen Long police station about 12.30am yesterday, claiming that his car had been stolen. This was minutes after his car was found burned on Tai Shu Ha West Road in Yuen Long, according to police. A police spokeswoman said the car was apparently used in the arson attack on the Sai Ching Street restaurant and two men were seen in the vehicle. Police said a front-seat passenger of the car was seen leaning out of the window to throw a bottle of flammable liquid with a burning fuse. The vehicle sped away before police arrived. The blaze was put out by employees of the restaurant. An investigator linked the owner of the torched car to the firebombing. No one was injured but the door and part of the floor of the restaurant were blackened in the incident. Anti-triad officers from Yuen Long police station are investigating. Last night, officers were reviewing the restaurant's security camera tapes, believed to have possibly recorded the incident. The spokeswoman said police were seeking a male tenant of a nearby shop. It is believed that he was involved in a recent dispute with the restaurant's staff. Police said restaurant employees may have been involved in an earlier incident where the shop had its power cut.