Jurors in the trial of four men accused of being involved in the Hatton Garden heist retired yesterday to consider their verdict.
The judge has instructed the panel to seek unanimous verdicts in each case.
The Hatton Garden heist took place over the Easter weekend last year and has been described during the trial at Woolwich Crown Court as the “largest burglary in English legal history”.
The raid saw jewellery and valuables worth an estimated £14m stolen.
Carl Wood, 58, William Lincoln, 60 and Jon Harbinson 42 deny conspiracy to burgle. Hugh Doyle, 48, denies conspiracy to conceal, convert or transfer criminal property.
The jury will resume its deliberations at today at midday.