- Daniel Jones is portion a jail judgment over a 2015 Hatton Garden raid
- He has now pleaded guilty to a apart thievery on a Chatila’s trinket store
- The 59-year-old is purported to have stolen about £1 million value of products from a Old Bond Street emporium as good as £45,000 in cash
Scott Campbell For Mailonline
Daniel Jones (pictured) is portion a jail judgment for a raid on a Hatton Garden Safe Deposit in 2015 though now he has certified an progressing heist
A Hatton Garden ravisher has certified burgling an disdainful London jewellers that done a earrings Amal Clooney wore during her wedding.
Daniel Jones is portion a jail judgment for a raid on a Hatton Garden Safe Deposit over a 2015 Easter bank holiday weekend in that a now-estimated £29million was stolen.
But he has now pleaded guilty to burgling Chatila’s flagship store in London’s Mayfair 5 years earlier.
He is purported to have stolen about £1 million value of jewellery, gems and watches from a Old Bond Street shop’s arrangement cabinets as good as £45,000 in cash.
The family-owned firm, that owns a collection of singular and costly gems and is renouned with a world’s abounding and famous, was burgled over a 2010 summer bank holiday weekend.
International tellurian rights counsel Amal Clooney, 39, wore a span of Chatila-crafted pearl and solid earrings when she married George Clooney in 2014. The integrate are now awaiting twins.
Grey-haired Jones, dressed in a grey sweater and blue jeans, stood in a wharf during Southwark Crown Court yesterday with his ear pulpy opposite a bullet-proof potion as he struggled to hear proceedings.
The singular assign of thievery between 27 Aug and 31 Aug 2010 states that Jones, with Terry Perkins, 68, ‘having entered as a malefactor partial of a building, namely Chatila, during 22 Old Bond Street, stole a apportion of jewellery, changed stones and watches’.
A now-estimated £29million was stolen from a Hatton Garden Safe Deposit (pictured) during a raid there in 2015
Amal Clooney, 39, graphic left, wore a span of earrings done by Chatila’s – that Jones certified to burgling – during her marriage to George Clooney in 2014
He answered ‘guilty’ to a assign before Judge Joanna Korner QC.
Jones seemed in a wharf sat in front of Perkins, who was wearing a beige coupler over a blue shirt, and businessman Charles Matthews, 53.
Perkins formerly entered a not guilty defence to thievery over a Chatila heist and faces a discussion with Matthews, who denies receiving stolen goods, during Southwark Crown Court on 27 February.
The assign states Matthews ‘dishonestly perceived stolen goods, namely trinket and changed stones, of a value different belonging to Chatila Jewellers, meaningful or desiring a same to be stolen goods’.
Jones seemed in a wharf during Southwark Crown Court
At a finish of a hearing, a decider said: ‘Mr Jones’s judgment is shelved until a finish of a trial.’
Jones, of Park Avenue, Enfield pleaded guilty to burgling Chatila between 27 and 31 Aug 2010, while Perkins, of Heene Road, Enfield, denies a charge.
Matthews, of Semples Lodge, Meadow Road in Virginia Water, Surrey, denies receiving stolen skill and was expelled on redeeming bail.
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