The “Heathrow Heist”

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£7million in cash was stolen from Credit Suisse by two Loomis security guards. Described as the “Heathrow heist”, this is one of the biggest in British criminal history, a court heard. The money was taken from a British Airways Cargo Depot on 14th March 2017.

Loomis employees Mohammad Siddique, 31 (driver) and Ranjeev Singh, 40 (guard), are both charged with conspiracy to steal the cash. The trial continues.

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