A truck driver was held up by two men at knifepoint in Sheung Shui early yesterday, with more than $2.2 million worth of computer parts taken from his vehicle. Police said the truck, loaded with 12 boxes of computer parts, was hijacked about 4am in Choi Fat Street while it was parked outside a godown. It is understood the 39-year-old Pakistani driver was waiting for his colleagues to load more goods onto the vehicle before delivering them to the airport. 'Suddenly, two men armed with knives, approached the vehicle, threatened the man and boarded the truck. They told the man to drive off,' said a police spokesman. When the vehicle reached Tuen Mun, the suspects tied the driver's hands and legs with adhesive tape. He was also blindfolded and pushed into the truck's rear compartment. The men then drove off before trying to unload the computer goods. But it was believed that the robbers were unable to pry open the security system installed on the truck's rear door and had to temporarily free the driver to open the compartment for them. The robbers eventually abandoned the truck, as well as the driver who was tied up again, at San Hing Tsuen near Lau Fau Shan in Tuen Mun. The police were alerted about the robbery at about 5.15am. 'The victim managed to move to the driver's seat and pushed the horn which alerted a passer-by,' the police spokesman said. Police released the driver from the vehicle and found him unharmed. The two culprits, described to be in their 30s, both wore caps and black coats. Detectives from the Regional Crime Unit of New Territories North are investigating the case and witnesses are urged to contact them on 2666 4431.