Police have recovered what is believed to be some of the property from the Hatton Garden raid at a cemetery in North London, according to BBC news.

It was reported earlier this month that Danny Jones, a man who has admitted his part in the Hatton Garden Safety Deposit Ltd raid over the Easter weekend, wrote to Sky News offering to reveal where he had hidden his half of the stolen goods.

Jones was later escorted from prison to the Edmonton cemetery in north London to show officers where to look.


It has since been reported that police have recovered goods from the place Jones says he buried his share, and they have reason to believe what they found is stolen property from the Hatton Garden Safety Deposit Ltd raid.

Jones is one of four men who have pleaded guilty to the Hatton Garden raid on September 4.

So far five others have denied involvement and are to stand trial next month, while four others are accused of money laundering and have yet to enter pleas.