WOMAN LOSES $350,000 in street scam Three conmen cheated a 54-year-old woman out of $350,000 in Kwun Tong yesterday. The men approached the victim in Hong Ning Road about noon, offering what they claimed were electrical goods and saying she could make a big profit from them. She called police about 1.30pm after she bought the goods and could not find one of the men, who had posed as a buyer. Police said the goods were cheap electric parts. Man accused of kidnap blackmail acquitted Lau Chun-leung, 25, was acquitted in the District Court of two counts of blackmail over an alleged kidnapping plot targeting a wealthy couple. Lau was accused of demanding money as a reward last October for providing the couple with information on an alleged kidnap plot targeting the couple's family, including their son. Lau had denied both charges. District Court Judge Mary Yuen said Lau should enjoy the benefit of the doubt. Police arrest two and seize heroin Officers arrested two men and seized two blocks of heroin worth about $800,000 in Sau Mau Ping. Acting on a tip-off, narcotics bureau officers intercepted a 32-year-old man outside a restaurant in the Shun Lee Estate shopping centre at about 1.45pm. A 27-year-old man was arrested later inside a car on the same estate. Mark Six No one won first prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 6, 7, 18, 22, 30 and 34. The extra number was 2. Three tickets each won second prize of $587,655. Third prize paid $26,560.