New images of the now famous Hatton Garden Heist in London have revealed just how the robbers got away with their £200 million booty.
One image released by Met Police shows the hole that was drilled by the thieves at the Hatton Garden safe deposit company, before the unknown assailants made off with a record amount of cash.
Other images show the room where 72 safety deposit boxes were opened, and left scattered everywhere. Power tools including an angle grinder and power drills were also left behind including crowbars.
Since the Easter Bank Holiday weekend robbery, no arrests have been made and no leads have been made public.
However Met Police are currently reviewing why an alarm that went off during the raid wasn’t responded to by officers.
Det Supt Craig Turner, head of the Flying Squad, said:
The hours of forensic work and inquiries have been vital in order to ensure we are able to exploit all investigative opportunities to their fullest extent and assist us in identifying those individuals responsible.
We appreciate that this situation has been frustrating for those affected by this crime and thank those individuals for their ongoing patience and support.
We can’t see the case being solved any time soon.