Man found injured in alley dies in hospital A 54-year-old man died in hospital after being found unconscious with head injuries in an alley in Western. Officers were called to the alley off Sai Hing Lane about 9.30am after the man was found. He was taken to Queen Mary Hospital and later declared dead. About $3,000 in cash was found in his wallet, police said. Police have classified the case as murder and say an autopsy will be carried out to determine the cause of death. Mainland 'robber' held after raid on the peak A mainland illegal immigrant was arrested after climbing into the front yard of a house on The Peak. The suspected robber, 21, was found by an expat resident of Watford Road after his barking dog woke him about 3.30am. Police arrested the suspect in the yard and found a cutter on him. No property was stolen. Jaywalker seriously hurt after being hit by taxi A jaywalker, 21, was in a serious condition in hospital after being hit by a taxi in Yau Ma Tei. The man was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital after he was hit on Princess Margaret Road about 4am. In a separate case, three men and three women, aged between 21 and 52, were injured after a collision involving a minibus, three goods vehicles and a car on Lung Cheung Road in Wong Tai Sin. Trio to face court over voting offences Three voters will appear in Tuen Mun Court today over alleged voting offences relating to the village election in Ngau Hom Tsuen in Lau Fau Shan, Yuen Long. The trio are chef Wong Wai-tim, 36, unemployed Wong Kam-shun, 34, and salesman Wong Wai-shun. The ICAC has accused the defendants of offering false information about their addresses in the August election. 171 HELD IN CRACKDOWN At least 171 people were arrested in a large scale anti-triad operation in West Kowloon. Police and other government officers raided vice spots in Mongkok and arrested the suspects, including holders of two-way permits. Thief jailed for 8 years A robber was jailed for eight years for trying to rob a gold salesman of $1 million worth of jewellery. In the Court of First Instance, Mr Justice Peter Nguyen handed down the sentence on Lau Ka-cheong, 30, for the violent attack on April 16 last year. MARK SIX There was no winner in last night's draw. The numbers were 14, 26, 33, 39, 40 and 43. The extra was 23. Three tickets won the second prize of $541,780. The third prize paid $81,775.