Suspect is arrested fter gold robbery A suspect was arrested after a saleswoman was robbed of a bag containing $1 million worth of gold ornaments in an ambush by three robbers in Yau Ma Tei yesterday. The woman, 46, was delivering the gold to a goldsmith shop in the district when she was surprised by the trio near a refuse collection point at the junction of Waterloo Road and Shanghai Street at about 1.30pm. The robbers took the bag and fled in different directions. Unhurt, the woman called a passing policeman for help. One suspect was intercepted by police in Gascoigne Road. Police are still looking for the other two robbers and the stolen gold. To officers injured A suspected drug addict was arrested for allegedly attacking police officers and possession of a dangerous drug in Mongkok yesterday. The two officers were slightly injured when they tried to stop the suspect for questioning outside a toilet at the junction of Shanghai Street and Mongkok Road at 6pm. Theft allegation at hsbc Police are investigating an alleged theft at the HSBC headquarters. A 50-year-old woman, surnamed Lui, said she opened her safety deposit box at the bank in Central at about 11am. She noticed a man standing nearby. She told police that when he left, she realised a $90,000 diamond pin was missing. Minimum wage unchanged Hong Kong's minimum wage for foreign domestic helpers will remain at $3,270 a month. A government statement said it regularly reviewed wages with reference to the general economic and employment situations, which were reflected through a basket of economic indicators.