LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 07: A police officer emerges from a Hatton Garden safe deposit centre on April 7, 2015 in London, England. Police are investigating a break in that occured over the Easter weekend. Local reports say that up to 300 deposit boxes may have been targeted. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

A new man has been charged and items seized over the Hatton Garden heist, which took place three years ago over Easter weekend.

According to the BBC, a 57-year-old man named Michael Seed was arrested after a search warrant was carried out in Islington Tuesday (March 28) morning.

Yesterday (Wednesday March 29) Mr Seed was charged with one count of conspiracy to burgle and one count of conspiracy to conceal or disguise criminal property.


Mr Seed will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court later today.

Six men gave already been arrested for their part in the “largest burglary in English legal history”.

Earlier this year at a confiscation ruling in January the four ringleaders – John “Kenny” Collins, Daniel Jones, Terry Perkins and Brian Reader – were ordered to pay back £27.5m or serve another seven years in jail.

Perkins, who was serving a seven year jail term in HMP Belmarsh, has since died in prison at the age of 69.

The value of the goods stolen in the Hatton Garden jewellery raid has risen to an estimated £25m.

It was originally thought the value of the items stolen over the 2015 Easter holiday was £14m.

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