Search continues for final member of gang who committed €20m burglary in England

Search continues for final member of gang who committed €20m burglary in England

Detectives in England still want to find one member of the gang who committed one of the biggest burglaries in British history.

Three men were found guilty of their involvement in the the Hatton Garden raid yesterday - including 48 year old Dubliner Hugh Doyle.

They will be sentenced for their part in the €20m heist alongside four others who previously admitted their roles.

Officers are looking for one more man who let his co-conspirators into the safety deposit facility in London to steal 14 million pounds worth of valuables.

€12m worth of stolen valuables taken in the raid have still not been recovered.

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