Police seek information on body found in Sai Kung Country Park Police are appealing for information on a man found dead on a remote hillside in Sai Kung Country Park in May with his wrists and ankles chained. The badly decomposed body was found by a hiker. A post-mortem examination showed the man, aged between 20 and 40 and about 1.63 metres tall, had been dead for between three months and a year. The cause of death is unknown. A small amount of yuan was found on the body but there were no identity documents. From the labels on his clothes he was believed to be a mainlander, police said. Anyone with information should ring 2767 1485 or 2767 1471. Woman trapped under bus A 68-year-old woman escaped serious injury when she was trapped under a bus in a traffic accident in Kwai Chung and had to be freed by firemen. The woman was crossing Lei Muk Road when the incident happened at about 7am. She is in stable condition in Princess Margaret Hospital with leg injuries. Old man homeless after fire An 81-year-old man was left homeless after his tin-sheet home in Lok Ma Chau was destroyed by fire. Firemen were called to Mai Po Tsuen in Castle Peak Road when a fire broke out at his hut at about 3.15am. The blaze was put out about an hour later. No one was injured. Man flees with cabbie's cash A South Asian man is being sought by police after he stole HK$700 from a cash box in a taxi in Yau Ma Tei. The man grabbed the cash and fled after the taxi arrived in Shanghai Street at about 2.30am. The 68-year-old driver was unhurt. School bus and truck set alight Police are investigating an arson attack in which a parked school bus was torched in an open space at Nai Chung Tsuen in Sai Sha Road, Ma On Shan, at about 3.45am. In another case, a truck was set alight while parked in Chung Nga Road, Tai Po, at about 2.30am. Youths sought after gang attack Police are looking for eight youths after three men were assaulted in Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, at about 5.30am. The victims, aged 23 to 32, were treated for head and facial injuries at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. The attackers are believed to be aged between 20 and 30.