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Police released more details surrounding the burglary today

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A policeman emerges from a Hatton Garden safe deposit centre on April 7, 2015 in London, England.

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As much as £200 million worth of jewels may have been taken from the boxes in the well-planned heist

There are growing fears that the way the criminal justice system deals with sex crimes may be 'going backwards'

Men up to five times more likely to commit sex crimes than the average male if they have brother or father convicted of a sex offence

Scientists said the findings should not be used to excuse sex offending or to suggest that there are genes for rape or paedophilia

Abdul Hadi Arwani had links with anti-Assad groups

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Mr Arwani had links with the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, an alliance of groups opposed to Assad’s regime

St Helen’s Square in York, the area where the victim was beaten

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Officers are treating the attack – in which a 24-year-old man was repeatedly punched and kicked for about 10 minutes – as a racially aggravated assault

A police forensics officer entering the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit company in London, as detectives continued to determine the scale of a heist at a safety deposit centre as victims hope to learn whether their jewels and cash are among the

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Neil Duttson said having spent four days raiding the safe deposit boxes the thieves could easily wait months before acting

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Jewels on display at the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit

Watch the most middle class car chase ever as men make off in Audi RS7 after failing to rob Kenilworth Waitrose

The men were fleeing after they failing to break into a supermarket cash machine

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