Woolwich Crown Court handed down sentences to the remaining men involved in the £14 million Hatton Garden burglary.
Carl Wood, 59, William Lincoln, 60 and Hugh Doyle, 48 were previously convicted of involvement in the heist, which took place over the Easter weekend last year.
John “Kenny” Collins, Daniel Jones, Tony Perkins and Brian Reader, all pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit burglary last Septmeber.
Collins, 75, has today been jailed for seven years, as have Daniel Jones, 61, and Terry Perkins, 67. Reader, 77,was also due to be sentenced this afternoon for his part in the jewellery raid, however after suffering a second stroke, he was not well enough to attend court. He is due to be sentenced later.
Wood, and Lincoln, were previously found guilty of the same offence and one count of conspiracy to conceal, convert or transfer criminal property. Wood received six years and Lincoln received seven.
Hugh Doyle was previously sentenced to 21 months, suspended for two years for his part in the raid.