Two more charged with festival barbecue murder Police yesterday charged two more men jointly with the murder of Wong Siu-ngai, 22, who died at a Mid-Autumn Festival barbecue in Chai Wan. They will appear in Eastern Court today. Seven other people, arrested between September 19 and 21, have already been charged jointly with one count of murder. Wong's body was found on a lawn at the Chai Wan North Service Reservoir on September 19. tourist loses $93,000 worth of jewellery An Indian tourist lost his briefcase containing more than $93,000 worth of jewellery while having breakfast in a Delifrance shop in Tsim Sha Tsui yesterday. Police said the 27-year-old man was eating alone at the Chatham Road South store at 9.15am when he discovered his briefcase was missing. He told police officers that the briefcase contained US$5,000 worth of gold ornaments and a diamond worth US$7,000. arson suspected after house gutted by blaze A three-storey house under decoration was gutted in Ma Yau Tong Village in Ma Yau Tong Road, Tseung Kwan O, at 4.30am in a suspected arson attack. The blaze was put out and no one was hurt. Anti-triad officers from Kowloon East regional crime unit will investigate the case, the third in the area in recent months. illness prompts suicide A man suffocated himself to death with a plastic bag in a public toilet at Clear Water Bay Second Beach in Sai Kung. The man, 48, was found by a cleaner about 8.30am along with two notes saying that he killed himself because of an illness.