Five men were convicted in a court at the Old Bailey for their roles in the largest cash robbery ever in Britain. The five, three Britons and two Albanians, were found guilty after a seven-month trial of taking part in a 2006 robbery of a Securitas company depot in Tunbridge Wells, south of London, in which gang members dressed as policemen kidnapped a depot manager, his wife and 7-year-old son at gunpoint and loaded a truck with several tons of used British banknotes valued at $92 million. The five will be sentenced on Tuesday; two other men were found not guilty. The convicted men were seized by the police within a week of the robbery, and 40 percent of the money was recovered from London and elsewhere. The balance of the stolen money, believed by the police to have been converted into villas and other luxuries in northern Cyprus and Morocco, has not been recovered.