Robbers stole about $18 million worth of computer game consoles from a truck in Sha Tin last night. The police said the driver was unloading 700 boxes containing 12,600 consoles at the Ever Gain Centre in On Muk Street when he was attacked at 6.45pm. 'A man armed with a knife suddenly appeared and pushed the driver back into the truck's cabin,' a police spokeswoman said. The 44-year-old driver told police he heard someone else make a noise, suggesting at least two culprits were involved. The driver was then tied up, and the truck was driven to Wan Lok Street in Yuen Long, near Tung Tau Wai San Tsuen. It is believed the goods were transferred to a waiting vehicle. The driver managed to free his feet and stamped on the truck's horn to call for help. He was eventually spotted by patrolling police officers just before 10pm. The driver was unhurt in the incident. Police did not reveal the type of consoles stolen but said they were hand-held ones. Detectives from Yuen Long are making initial investigations but Regional Crime Unit officers from New Territories South are expected to take over the follow-up investigations. Another truck carrying electronic parts worth $9.62 million was robbed by two Putonghua-speaking thieves in Ngau Tau Kok on April 20. The driver was forced to drink liquid at gunpoint, which made him lose consciousness.