A gang of thieves has stolen computer chips worth $10m (£6.22m) from a van near Heathrow Airport.
Local police said that the theft of Intel Pentium III processors, which had been shipped from Miami, took place early on Sunday morning when the vehicle was briefly left unguarded.
Although police located the van shortly after the raid, over three-quarters of its load had been removed.
"It is believed that two male suspects took and drove the vehicle away," a police statement reported.
Although no arrests have yet been made, detectives have questioned the van's original driver and are currently studying closed circuit TV footage.
They have also found an abandoned white Renault van in Feltham, south of Heathrow, which is believed to have been used by the thieves to transport the chips.
Authorities stressed that security at Heathrow airport had not been compromised.
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