Images of the hole drilled by thieves into the vault at a Hatton Garden safe deposit company have been released by the Met Police.
Seventy-two safe deposit boxes were opened in a raid at the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Ltd in central London over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
In the vault, discarded safe deposit boxes, power tools including an angle grinder and concrete drills, and crowbars can be seen.
No arrests have been made.
The image shows the hole made using a heavy duty drill, a Hilti DD350.
It measured 50cm (20in) deep, 25cm (10in) high, 45cm (18in) wide and sits 89cm (35in) above the floor.
These are the incredible first pictures from inside the Hatton Garden vault after the £60 million raid.
A police spokesman said: "The methodical forensic examination of the scene has taken a significant amount of time, using both standard and specialist forensic tactics.
"The team have recorded, packaged and recovered approximately 400 exhibits, including items for DNA profiling, fingerprints and other evidence.
"Digital forensic specialists have recovered thousands of hours of CCTV footage and analysis of the material continues.”