TWO Indonesian-Chinese men were last night being questioned by detectives for allegedly attempting to swindle diamonds and diamond rings worth $2 million from a jewellery company in Yau Ma Tei. The pair, aged 43 and 48, allegedly asked staff at the Kam Shing Jewellery Company to bring jewellery to a hotel room. One of the men examined the rings and then threw them through a hole in the wall to an adjacent room. He gave an empty briefcase to the shop's employees, claiming there was money in it and ran from the room. The employees called police and the men were caught in the hotel. Ten diamonds and three rings were recovered, and two rings are missing.