Appeal over missing man Police have appealed for information on a man who went missing earlier this week. Sun Pok-man, 23, has not returned to his home on Seymour Road, Central, since he left it on Wednesday morning. About 1.8 metres tall, of normal build and about 70kg in weight, Mr Sun has a long square face and short black hair. He was last seen wearing a long-sleeved black T-shirt, black vest, blue jeans and white and black shoes. Anyone with information can call 2860 1040. Three red tides break up Three red tides were reported last week, at Deep Water Bay, Stanley Main Beach and Kai Lung Wan fish culture zone, the government reported yesterday. They appeared on February 14 and dissipated at Deep Water Bay and Stanley after two days, and at the fish farm after three days. No fish deaths were reported. The Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department said the red tides were caused by the non-toxic algae Noctiluca scintillans. 6 hurt in crash outside golf club Six people were injured in a traffic accident outside the Hong Kong Golf Club in Deep Water Bay at about midday. A private vehicle driven by a 42-year-old motorist on Deep Water Bay Road suddenly cut into the oncoming lane and crashed head-on into another private vehicle carrying a 30-year-old driver and four passengers. All six were treated at Ruttonjee Hospital and discharged. Bus rolls into 10-metre-deep pit A bus rolled into a 10-metre-deep pit after its 29-year-old driver failed to engage the handbrake when he left the vehicle to open the gate of a car park in Tai Shu Ha Road East, Yuen Long, so he could drive out of the parking area. A crane was used to move the coach back to the road. No one was injured.