Described at the time as the largest burglary in English legal history, the gang that chose to rob a safety deposit company in London’s Hatton Garden went on to be called “Analogue criminals in a digital age” thanks in part to the elderly age of their members and their lack of awareness around modern policing techniques.
Find out why one man in particular – described by co-conspirators as “wombat-think” – inadvertently led to the gang being captured.
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