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Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Stolen Art Watch, Fitzwilliam Museum Heist, No Deals, (At The Moment) No Mercy, Collar The Lot


Two men appear in court over Fitzwilliam burglary

http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Home/Two-men-appear-in-court-over-Fiztwilliam-burglary-11052012.htm

Two men have appeared at Cambridge Crown Court in connection with the £10 million burglary at the Fitzwilliam Museum.

Patrick Kiely, 28, of Eleanor Street Travellers site, London, and a 15-year-old youth who cannot be named for legal reasons, entered no pleas when the appeared charged with theft and conspiracy to commit burglary.

Their appearance today (Fri) follows a raid on the Trumpington Street museum on April 13.

They are due to enter pleas on July 13 and a trial date has been set for November 19.

A third London man, 31, has been arrested in connection with the burglary on suspicion of money laundering and is on conditional bail until he returns to Thorpe Wood police station on May 22.

Fitzwilliam museum raid: Third man arrested

http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Home/Fitzwilliam-museum-raid-Third-man-arrested-08052012.htm

A third man has been arrested in connection with a £10 million burglary at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge.

The man, aged 31 and from London, was arrested at Thorpe Wood police station in Cambridgeshire this afternoon on suspicion of money laundering and is currently in custody.

Two men have previously been charged in connection with the raid at the Trumpington Street museum on April 13.

Patrick Kiely, 28, of Eleanor Street, London, has been charged with theft and conspiracy to commit burglary. A 15-year-old boy from London has been charged with theft and conspiracy to commit burglary.

Both will appear at Cambridge Crown Court on Friday.

Fitzwilliam Museum Chinese art theft: Third man bailed

http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Home/Fitzwilliam-raid-suspect-bailed-09052012.htm

The third man arrested in connection with a £10 million burglary at the Fitzwilliam Museum has been released on bail, police said today.

The man, aged 31 and from London, was arrested at Thorpe Wood police station in Cambridgeshire yesterday on suspicion of money laundering and has been released on conditional bail until May 22.

Eighteen artefacts taken from the museum on 13 April have been valued at between £10m and £40m.

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