Twelve men have been arrested over an alleged plot to take over Santander Bank's computer to steal millions of pounds from the bank.
The group are accused of fitting a device to a computer within the bank's Surrey Quays branch in south-east London and attempting to remotely control the bank's main computer.
Eleven men, aged between 23 and 50, were arrested in Hounslow, while a 34-year-old man was held at Vauxhall Bridge Road.
The arrests yesterday were the result of a long-term investigation by the Metropolitan Police's Central e-Crime Unit, which described the alleged plot as "audacious".
More top news
Some showers in the north will be enough to produce hail and thunder but it should be a drier and brighter day in the south and east.
Leonie Granger deliberately targeted Mehmet Hassan, who was robbed and kicked to death by two men she let into his flat.
Pop and soul singer Sam Smith has cancelled the rest of his Australian tour after doctors discovered a haemorrhage on his vocal cords.