"We must not forget the traumatic experience the Dixons and the Securitas employees went through that night in 2006 -- held at gunpoint and fearing for their lives," Detective Superintendent Mick Judge said in the BBC report.
On February 22, 2006, Murray and a band of robbers broke into a Securitas depot in Tonbridge, Kent and escaped with $92.5 million in cash. Murray, British-born but of Moroccan descent, sought refuge by fleeing to Morocco. Although Murray was arrested four months later, he has been avoiding a trial since there is no extradition agreement between the UK and Morocco.
However, Moroccan authorities eventually cooperated with Kent Police, culminating with Tuesday's sentencing of Murray to 10 years in a Moroccan prison.
Murray, 30, had a respectable MMA career with a record of 8-2-1, but would consistently find himself in trouble. The one-time UFC competitor's track record includes allegedly knocking out Tito Ortiz in a street fight, surviving a stabbing on his birthday and last year attempting to break out of jail.