Bournemouth Man Guilty Of Gems Heist
6 July 2010, 18:18 | Updated: 7 July 2010, 09:51
Two more men, including one from Bournemouth have been found guilty of taking part in the UK's biggest jewellery robbery.
Clinton Mogg who is 43 and from Boscombe and 25-year-old Solomun Beyene of Marylebone, north-west London, were found guilty of conspiracy to rob by a jury at Woolwich Crown Court on Tuesday.
A total of four men have been convicted for their roles in the heist at Graff Diamonds in Mayfair, central London, last summer, in which £40 million of gems were stolen at gunpoint.