BURGLARS have stolen goods worth more than $850,000 from an unattended Tsim Sha Tsui trading company. The burglary was discovered at 10.30 am yesterday when the 33-year-old proprietor returned to his Minden Row office and found it ransacked. The stolen goods included watch parts, spectacles, video equipment and clothing. Police believed the burglars got into the office by climbing scaffolding outside the building and escaped with the goods through the front door. Meanwhile, a quick response by police resulted in the arrest of three men suspected of robbing a woman of $10,000 worth of Chinese paintings and stamps in North Point yesterday. Two men tricked their way into Fu Lam Court, King's Road, by telling a watchman on the ground floor that they wanted to deliver a gift to a flat on the 15th floor. When Chan Lai-kwan, 42, opened the door she was overpowered by the men, one of them armed with a knife. The woman was tied up and the men ransacked the flat. The watchman became suspicious and decided to go to the flat where he was told by Ms Chan she had just been robbed. He tried to give chase, but the men had escaped in a van. He reported its licence number to police and patrolling police and officers of the Emergency Unit intercepted the van at nearby Model Lane. Three suspects, aged 21 to 43, were arrested.