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Rompakan di Hatton Garden : Lapan suspek ditahan 

Lapan lelaki muncul di Mahkamah Majistret Westminster ‘lebih serbuan di Hatton Garden Peti Simpanan Syarikat di mana berjuta-juta pound barangan dicuri. Perancangan yang amat rapi, tiada siapa menyedarinya.

A police convoy carrying those believed to be involved in the Hatton Garden raid arrives at Westminster Magistrates Court.

Hugh Doyle tiba di Mahkamah Magistrates Westminster – Photo: Will Wintercross/The Telegraph

Di kandang tertuduh ialah Terry Perkins, 67, pemaju hartanah dari Enfield; Hugh Doyle, 48, tukang paip juga dari Enfield, Brian Reader, 76, dan anak lelakinya, Paul, 50, kedua mempunyai pengedar kereta dari Dartford di Kent; John Collins, 74, dari Islington, utara London; Daniel Jones, 58, dari Enfield, William Lincoln, 59, dari Bethnal Green, timur London, dan Carl Wood, 58, dari Cheshunt.

Bagaimana mereka melakukan nya?:

Pencuri menggerudi melalui dinding ke dalam peti besi Hatton Garden

Ia menyangka mereka kemudian dipaksa pintu shutter terbuka dan digunakan untuk gerudi lubang lubang 20inci dalam, 10inci tinggi dan 18inci ke dinding peti besi ini.

Apabila sudah berada di dalam, pencuri menggeledah 72 peti deposit keselamatan, mengambil berjuta-juta pound bernilai barangan.

Salah seorang suspek Hatton Garden tiba di Mahkamah Majistret Westminster (Will Wintercross / The Telegraph)

Hatton Garden suspek tiba di Mahkamah Majistret Westminster

Among those charged is Mr Doyle, 48-year-old plumber with a passion for flying and yachting.

The married father of two, who runs a plumbing business called Associated Response was described as a “friendly, helpful and hard-working” family man, by neighbours.


Tukang paip Hugh Doyle dituduh konspirasi untuk burgle sejak serbuan Hatton Garden

Brian Reader adalah antara mereka yang ditahan sejak serbuan Hatton Garden

Brian Reader adalah antara mereka yang ditahan sejak serbuan Hatton Garden

The raid over the Easter weekend saw thieves break into the vault at Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Company in London’s jewellery quarter.

Officers believe the raiders entered the building, which houses a number of businesses, through a communal entrance before disabling the lift so they could climb down the lift shaft to the basement.

Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Company in which millions of pounds of goods stolen

Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Company in which millions of pounds of goods stolen

After facing criticism for the way the incident was handled, the Met Police apologised for deeming that a call from a security firm about an intruder alert shortly after midnight on Good Friday did not require a response.

Detectives from the Flying Squad issued the apology after confirming that alarm response procedures had not been followed, but rejected the suggestion that they were bungling “Keystone Cops”.

Commander Peter Spindler said: “On this occasion, the systems and processes that we have in place with the alarm companies weren’t followed and, as a result of that, officers did not attend the premises when, in fact, they probably should have done and for that I want to apologise.”

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A more detailed investigation into the defeat of the alarm system is continuing and Scotland Yard says it will share any lessons learnt.

Timeline of a robbery
How the Hatton Garden raid unfolded
Thursday, April 2, 2015

Ramai Peniaga Yahudi mengendalikan peti simpanan barang kemas berlian beroperasi di Hatton Garden (Gambar: Paul Grover / The Telegraph)
Staff at Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Ltd, which provides “secure” storage for their clients’ “irreplaceable personal belongings”, lock up for the Easter weekend. The company, normally opens Monday to Friday, is not due to reopen until Tuesday morning because of the bank holiday. Hatton Garden, in which many Jewish-run diamond jewellers operate, is especially quiet because Easter coincides with the Jewish festival of Passover
Four minutes later, the gang moves in. CCTV footage shows the first gang member arriving at a rear fire-exit door, reached through a narrow alley. Police later confirm there was no sign of forced entry. Dubbed Mr Ginger because of his red hair, seen beneath a black cap, the man wears latex gloves, a blue jacket and dark trousers. He is carrying a black bin bag
A second gang member, nicknamed the Gent because of his smart brown shoes, arrives carrying a large holdall. He has on a balaclava, a hard hat and a high-visibility jacket
The gang member dubbed Mr Strong appears at the back door. He has steel supports and wears a hard hat. The supports may serve to hold in place the diamond-tipped drill used to break into the vault. Mr Strong and the Gent then carry more tools into the building

Polis menemui satu lubang besar di dinding konkrit bertetulang sedalam 7 kaki , bukan mudah untuk membuat lubang ini.(Gambar: Polis Met)
A fourth man appears. Wearing a black sweatshirt bearing the words “Montana 93”, the man – Mr Montana – enters the building. He and Mr Strong drag in wheelie bins. One is thought to contain the 77lb drill used to bore through a 7ft reinforced concrete wall giving access to the basement vaults
Friday, April 3, 2015
An intruder alarm is set off at Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Ltd. The Southern Monitoring Alarm Company contacts the Metropolitan Police’s Central Communications Command. Police record the call but decide no response is needed – a decision now being internally investigated

Pencuri menggunakan Hilti 350 berlian penerasan gerudi untuk mendapatkan akses kepada peti besi ini
Mr Ginger is seen by the back door. There is no more movement above ground for almost seven hours. Inside the building, the gang disable the lift, leaving it on the second floor. They use the lift shaft to reach the basement, where the safe deposit boxes are held. They force open shutter doors into the company’s offices and bore holes into the vault wall using a Hilti DD350 drill
The gang resurface after a night inside the premises. Mr Ginger leaves with two purple holdalls. Mr Montana carries out two red tool boxes. Footage shows him with a shaved head and possibly an earring. A minute later, the Gent briefly appears with a red monkey wrench and bolt cutters
The Gent emerges again with a black bucket of tools. Mr Montana and Mr Strong come up and put the tools in a bag
CCTV gives a first glimpse of the Old Man, a grey-haired gang member, who emerges from the side door
The white transit van pulls up in the alley. The gang load it with tools and drive off. Saturday is a normal working day and the streets around Hatton Garden will be busier than on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. The gang are not seen again on CCTV for 38 hours
Saturday, April 4, 2015
Mr Ginger is back, again wearing latex gloves and carrying a black bin bag
CCTV captures a first glimpse of the Tall Man. He wears a flat cap and carries a blue Nike bag and a red tool box. The Old Man joins him. No other gang members are seen and for the next seven hours the gang drill through the vault walls, forcing open up to 70 safe deposit boxes
Sunday, April 5, 2015
The Tall Man, wearing an adidas top, emerges from the fire exit door carrying two red tools
Mr Ginger, the Tall Man and the Old Man drag a wheelie bin outside. It is a struggle and the Old Man looks out of breath
They reappear with another wheelie bin. The Tall Man makes four more trips in and out the fire exit with bags
A moped pulls up on Greville Street. Moped Man walks down the alley, returns 20 minutes later and drives off
The white van returns at the alley entrance and the gang start loading wheelie bins into it. Three men get into the white van, which then drives off. The heist is complete
Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Detektif menjumpai dipenuhi dengan adegan huru-hara di dalam compartment ini
A full 48 hours after the gang have fled, police are called to the company, following a report of a burglary. They find a “chaotic” scene. The vault is covered in debris and the floor “strewn with discarded safe deposit boxes and numerous power tools, including an angle grinder, concrete drills and crowbars”. It is thought the mob left with goods, likely to include jewels, cash and other items, worth more than £60 million
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Scotland Yard confirms arrests of seven suspects in connection with the raid
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
A plumber with a pilot’s licence and three pensioners are among eight men charged over the jewellery raid
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Eight men appear in court over Hatton Garden heist


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