Four of 11 suspects arrested in connection with the theft of 1,400 mobile phones, worth HK$4 million, from a trading company will appear in Tsuen Wan Court tomorrow. The four men, including a former employee of the trading firm, have been charged with theft and using a false instrument. The eight men and three women arrested, aged 24 to 35, are accused of using a fake company chop to steal BlackBerry phones imported from the US on December 27. The firm reported the theft the next day, after going to the airport to pick up the goods. Senior Superintendent To Hon-ki, of the New Territories South regional headquarters, said the 26-year-old former employee obtained information about the delivery and forged a company chop. To said the mastermind, believed to be one of those arrested, hired a truck driver to obtain the goods with the fake company chop. Police arrested the suspects early on Friday morning and recovered 1,190 handsets from a storage facility in Tsuen Wan and an industrial unit in Kwai Tsing. Police believe the remaining handsets have been sold. 'Market demand for the goods is not huge in Hong Kong. We believe some would be transported to other places,' To said. The seven remaining suspects were released on HK$500 bail each.