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More details have emerged about the nine men being held over the multi-million pound robbery in Hatton Gardens.
Police are continuing to question the suspects but are thought to have found many of the stolen goods.
Today one trader said the prospect of getting his jewels back was like "winning the lottery."
ITV News Correspondent Paul Davies reports:
YouTube footage shows one of the suspects of the Hatton Garden heist, Hugh Doyle, discussing his job as a plumber for a recruitment company.
Mr Doyle is one of nine men arrested on suspicion of involvement with the raid over the Easter weekend in central London.
Police investigating the Hatton Garden heist are thought to be interested in a housing development on the property of one of the suspects, ITV News understands.
Plumber Hugh Doyle is among nine men arrested in connection with the Hatton Garden jewellery raid, ITV News understands.
Brian Reader, 76, and his 50-year-old son are also being questioned.
ITV News' Paul Davies has the latest as police continue to investigate:
A father and son are among nine men arrested in connection with the Hatton Garden safe deposit raid, ITV News understands.
Brian Reader, 76, and his 50-year-old son, also called Brian Reader were held in Dartford, Kent.
The arrests came after police raided 12 addresses across London and Kent.
All nine suspects are described as white British men.
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Scotland Yard confirmed the arrests and said they had recovered a large amount of 'high value property.'