The infamous Hatton Garden raiders who stole more than £14million have repaid less than a tenth of the £27.5million they were ordered to by court. The gang of pensioners looted 73 safe deposit boxes after drilling through a concrete wall at a facility in London over the 2015 Easter bank holiday weekend. They were hit with one of the largest confiscation orders in British history after being caught, but four of the ten criminals convicted for the heist have only returned £2.5million to date. Brian Reader, 81, John Collins, 78, Daniel Jones, 64, and Terry Perkins, 69, all paid less than a tenth of the required amount after the latter died in prison. Ringleader Brian Reader (left), 81, was ordered to pay £6.5million in 2018 but has only repaid £406,072 and was released halfway through his six year, three month term in prison for the infamous 2015 Hatton Garden £14 million robbery. Michael Seed (right), known as ‘Basil’, lost a Court of Appeal bid to have his conviction for heist overturned on Wednesday The gang drilled through the thick concrete to gain access to the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit, in Hatton Garden, London RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Hatton Garden raider ‘Basil the Ghost’ loses… Read full this story
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