A gang of four who stole rare Chinese art worth up to £15m have been jailed at Cambridge Crown Court.
The items were stolen from the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. None of the items has been found by police and the gang has so far not revealed what happened to the haul.
Robert Smith, 24, of Kent, Steven Coughlan, 26, of London, and a 29-year-old from London, who cannot be named for legal reasons, were jailed for six years for conspiracy to commit burglary.
Marvin Simos, 16, of Hanameel Street, Victoria Dock, London, admitted burglary. He was sentenced to a four month detention and training order.
Today, passing sentence Mr Justice Fulford described the raid as an act of "cultural vandalism".