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Brian Reader, 79, John Collins, 78, Daniel Jones, 63, Carl Wood, 61, have been convicted of conspiring to carry out the burglary in Hatton Garden along with Terry Perkins, who died last year.
But at his trial, his defence lawyer said police should look to Europe to find the guilty man.
Michael Seed, 58, from Islington, is accused of being the alarm expert who played a key role in the £14m raid of the Hatton Garden safe deposit in 2015.
Mr Hollands said the best description of Basil came from secret audio recordings of the other Hatton Garden raiders.
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Jones pleaded guilty to the Chatila burglary, while Perkins died in prison before he could be tried.
Det Con Matthew Hollands, of the Metropolitan Police, said he has found no evidence of crimes using similar methods in the UK.
Mr Seed is alleged to be Basil, who also carried out a £1m burglary at Bond Street jewellery store Chatila with some of his fellow Hatton Garden raiders five years earlier, the court has heard.
The mystery raider known as "Basil" might be linked to a diamond vault heist in Belgium, a court hears.