GUANGDONG police have arrested one of Hong Kong's most wanted criminal suspects during a gambling raid. Yip Yuk-sang, 34, nicknamed ''Goose Head'', was arrested last month together with 12 mainlanders at a Danshui communal hall in Huidong on September 19. The suspect and another fugitive, Yim Suen-chun, 30, are wanted in connection with two jewellery shop raids at Chow Tai Fook Company in Central between 1991 and last year. The arrests were revealed when Police Commissioner Li Kwan-ha visited his Guangdong counterparts yesterday to discuss cross-border crime and car theft. A police source said Yip would be brought back to Hong Kong to face charges ''in due course''. Three other men involved in the robberies were sentenced to prison terms of up to 28 years last June. The robberies took place at the China Building shop in Queen's Road Central on October 26, 1991, and March 12, 1992. On both occasions, the gang fired at police and hijacked cars to escape. During the first hold-up, a police inspector was wounded and the robbers made off with $20 million worth of valuables. In the second raid, they took a security guard hostage and fled with gold ornaments worth $12 million. When some of the gang were stopped by police in Chai Wan a few hours after the second hold-up they opened fire, hitting a woman in the knee. Heavily armed Public Security Bureau officers took part in the Danshui gambling raid in which Yip was caught. Hong Kong detectives of the Organised Crime and Triad Group, are eager to catch Yip Kai-foon, another robbery suspect believed to be hiding in China. He is believed to be the ringleader of two jewellery shop raids, at Mut Wah Street in Kwun Tong and Tai Po Road, Shamshuipo.