A man's expected to appear in court today charged with a £1.2 million theft from a security van in Suffolk 20 years ago.
The man wanted by police following the theft of more than a million pounds from a security van in Felixstowe in 1993 will face trial in March.
Eddie Maher, formerly from Essex, was extradited from the United States earlier this year where he had been living for nearly 20 years.
The 57 year old appeared at the Old Bailey by video-link from prison. The trial will begin at Ipswich Crown Court on March 4th next year.
A man accused of stealing a £1m from a security van in Suffolk - then fleeing the country - has pleaded not guilty at Ipswich Crown Court this afternoon.
Eddie Maher was arrested in America in February, 19 years after the alleged theft in Felixstowe.
Eddie Maher has appeared at court in Ipswich, charged with stealing more than a million pounds from a security van at Felixstowe in 1993.
Eddie Maher is due to appear in court after being arrested in the US in connection with a 1993 security van theft in Felixstowe, Suffolk.
Eddie Maher, the man wanted in connection with the theft of a million pounds from a security van in Felixstowe is due in court in Suffolk today.
Suffolk Police have been looking for Mr Maher since the incident took place in 1993.
Maher had been living in Missouri in the USA where he was arrested on 8 February 2012 on suspicion of immigration and firearms offences.
Suffolk Police immediately began extradition proceedings. The 56-year-old - nicknamed 'Fast Eddie' is due before magistrates in Suffolk this morning.