Police have arrested 31 people in Belgium, France and Switzerland over the robbery of €38 million worth of diamonds from Brussels airport in February.
It was one of the biggest jewellery robberies in history.
More than 300 police were involved in the Belgian operations, which led to 24 people being detained, a spokesman for the Brussels prosecutor said.
One suspect was held in France and the rest in Switzerland.
Robbers dressed as police and armed with machine guns stole 120 parcels of diamonds from the runway of Brussels airport without firing a shot.
The suspect detained in France was believed to be a member of the gang of eight who carried out the robbery.
"It's the only person that we can say at this stage they could have participated in the events on the tarmac," said Jean-Marc Meilleur, the prosecutor's spokesman.
Police in Geneva said they had questioned eight people after raids there and had subsequently released six of them, leaving two under investigation.
Those figures differed slightly from the details provided by Belgian authorities.
Among those arrested in Geneva were a businessman and a lawyer, while around 100,000 Swiss Francs (€81,000) in cash and a number of diamonds were recovered, the police there said.
In Belgium, the raids recovered cash and luxury cars, the prosecutor's spokesman said.