British tourist reported missing is found alive A British tourist, who was reported missing by a friend on Thursday night, was found safe by police yesterday. Canna Marie Rodgers, 23, who arrived in Hong Kong early this month, was last seen taking a minibus at Li Tak Street. She lived with her friend in Tai Kok Tsui on Tuesday before she went missing. Yesterday, officers from Kowloon West regional missing unit found her safe on Hong Kong Island at about 10am. Motorbike kills monkey A wild monkey died after being hit by a motorcycle in the Tai Wai section of Tai Po Road in Sha Tin at about 7am. The motorcycle fell and its rider suffered minor injuries. The man, 43, was treated at Caritas Medical Centre. Fears over asbestos in blocks Seven blocks earmarked for redevelopment in Lower Ngau Tau Kok Estate may contain asbestos. The blocks will be pulled down after people moved out. Chan Kam-hong, chief executive of the Association for the Rights of Industrial Accident Victims, cited reports in 1988 that asbestos was used in the ceilings and balconies. He urged the government to ensure workers' safety. The Housing Department could not confirm the presence of asbestos. Teens held over robbery attempt Two youths aged 17 and 18 were arrested in connection with an attempted robbery in Sheung Shui. Police are looking for another youth. The three teenagers attacked a man, 47, in Jockey Club Road at 11.45pm on Friday. 35 residents evacuated About 35 residents were evacuated from Coronet Court in North Point Road when clothes and towels hanging in a first-floor corridor were set alight at 5.15am.