Search for family of abandoned elderly man continues The Immigration Department is still searching for the family of a 75-year-old man who was brought back to Hong Kong for medical treatment after being found abandoned in the streets of Guangzhou. Officers are trying to collect more details about Tse Kam-wo, whose son allegedly left him in the mainland city. The department has verified from its fingerprint database that Tse is a Hong Kong resident. His son was said to have taken him to Guangzhou for an eye operation, but took away his travel document and HK$5,000 cash. 6 teens attacked by gang in park Six teenagers were attacked by a gang of more than 20 young men at a park in Tseung Kwan O early yesterday. The victims, aged 16 and 17, suffered facial, neck and head injuries in the 3am attack in Hau Tak Estate. Four of them refused medical treatment, while two were admitted to Tseung Kwan O Hospital. Police said the attackers, aged between 15 and 20, fled with two mobile phones worth HK$8,000 and a wallet with HK$300 cash inside. Man arrested over toilet fire A 20-year-old man was arrested for allegedly starting a fire in a public toilet in Sham Shui Po. The man was found burning clothes inside the toilet at Tung Chau Street at about 1am. The smoke alerted a patrolling officer, who arrested the man and extinguished the fire. Police are investigating whether he is linked to recent arson cases in the district. Car smashes into Jordan store Police are looking for the driver of a private car that rammed into the entrance of a Jordan shop. The black seven-seater wagon was travelling from Hillwood Road towards Nathan Road when it crashed into the metal shutters of a shop under renovation. The driver had left by the time police arrived. The entrance was seriously damaged. Lower half of corpse found in sea The lower half of a man's body was found floating off the second berth of the Kwai Chung container port, police said. The crew of a Marine Department patrol boat made the discovery at about 8.50am. Police said the identity and cause of death of the man were unknown.