Police check for foul play after woman's body found in sea Detectives are investigating whether foul play was involved in the death of a woman whose half-naked body was found floating in the sea off Ap Lei Chau yesterday. A police launch was sent to recover the body after it was seen near the Lee Nam Road waterfront at about 8am. A police spokesman said bruises were found on the woman's neck. The woman was in her 30s. 13 injured in three-vehicle collision in Hung Hom Thirteen people were injured in a collision between a private minibus, a truck and a delivery van in Chatham Road North near the junction with Wuhu Street, Hung Hom at about 8.45am. The 11 women and two men were treated for minor injuries at Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Kwong Wah Hospital. The truck driver left the scene before police arrived. Officers are trying to find the vehicle and its driver. Vice round-up nets 34 women Police and immigration officers rounded up 34 women in an anti-vice operation in Tai Po and Sheung Shui. The 33 mainlanders and one Macanese, aged from 18 to 39, were arrested when officers raided a number of flats in Tai Po and Sheung Shui at about 10pm on Tuesday. Police said one of the mainland women was an illegal immigrant. Four industrial offices burgled Four industrial units were burgled on Tuesday in the On Fook Industrial Building in Kwai Fung Crescent, Kwai Chung. A laptop computer and HK$2,200 were stolen from one of them. Police said no property was stolen from the others. Early morning fire set at garage The rolling shutter of a garage was blackened when rubbish was set alight outside the garage in Wan Hon Street, Kwun Tong at about 5am. Firemen doused the flames. No one was injured. The case was classified as arson.