A woman has come forward after realising she is missing £7m of gold following the Hatton Garden heist in April 2015.
The woman, who claims one of her safety deposit boxes was stolen during the raid, only realised it was missing after the trial of the gang last year, according to Sky News.
The claim, which Sky News said is being treated seriously by police, would increase the total stolen during the raid to £21m.
The heist took place over the Easter bank holiday weekend in April 2015 when the gang ransacked 73 safe deposit boxes after using a drill to bore a hole in the vault wall, taking various items of jewellery, diamonds, gems and precious metals.
Seven men were convicted in March last year for a combined 34 years in prison for the raid at Hatton Garden Safe Deposit, which has since gone into liquidation.
John “Kenny” Collins, 75, Daniel Jones, 61, and Terry Perkins, 67, who all pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit burglary last September, were each sentenced to seven years in prison. Brian Reader, 77, was jailed for six years and three months.
Carl Wood, 59, and William Lincoln, 60, who were convicted of conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to conceal, convert or transfer criminal property after a trial, were given six and seven years respectively.
Plumber Hugh Doyle, 49 – who was found guilty of concealing, converting or transferring criminal property between 1 January and 19 May last year – was jailed for 21 months, suspended for two years, for his “limited role”.