Four men are on trial in connection with one of the biggest jewelry heists in English legal history.
The four men are accused of masterminding an audacious jewelry and cash heist back in April during a four day Easter holiday in London.
The thieves hit the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit limited and gained access through an elevator shaft. They drilled through a six inch thick wall before gaining access into the basement.
They then proceeded to rob 73 deposit boxes of jewelry and cash.
William Lincoln, John Harbinson, and Carl Wood, are charged with conspiracy to burgle and have all entered pleas of “not guilty”.
Four other men, identified as ringleaders, have already pled ” guilty”, they include John Collins, Daniel Jones, Terrence Perkins and Brian Reader.