Police set £20k reward for Hatton Garden insights

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Detectives investigating the raid on Hatton Garden Safety Deposit Ltd over the bank holiday Easter weekend have offered a £20,000 reward to anyone with information leading to the arrest of those involved.

The Met Police are especially hoping to attract anyone with information on the specialist Hilti DD350 drill used to bore a hole through the vault’s two metre thick concrete walls.

Detective Superintendant Craig Turner used BBC1’s Crimewatch to show off images of the drill used in the burglary, as well as 14 new CCTV stills of suspects entering and leaving the scene.

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Turner said: “We have also released an image of the Hilti DD350 drill that was used in the burglary and we are keen to hear from wives or partners of anyone who has specialist knowledge or skills that use this sort of equipment.

“Were they away during the Easter Bank Holiday weekend or have they been acting oddly since the burglary was carried out?”

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