A TEENAGER broke into a neighbour's flat and took goods to his home downstairs, the District Court heard yesterday. Wong Chi-hang, 17, pleaded guilty to burglary while Lai Kam-chiu, 17, admitted handling some of the stolen items. Prosecuting counsel Peter Cosgrove said Fung Lin-ho, who lived in a 16th-floor flat at Tai Hing Estate, Tuen Mun, left home for a couple of hours on November 1, 1992. When Ms Fung returned home at 4 pm, she found that the gate and door had been prised open and property worth $56,740 was missing. The stolen items included jewellery, telephones, an electric cooker, and audio and visual equipment. Police found Ms Fung's television set in Wong's flat. Under caution, Wong admitted the offence and told police he had handed some of the stolen property to Lai, also a resident of the building. On the following day, Wong led police to Lai's home on the fourth floor for inquiries. Although none of the stolen goods was in Lai's home, police found that Lai had stored some of Ms Fung's property including audio and visual equipment in the meter room next to his flat. The court heard property totalling $26,500 had been recovered. Deputy Judge Livesey adjourned sentencing until January 17 for reports.