How The Kim Kardashian Paris Robbery Went Down

The Kim Kardashian robbery case has been making the headlines and there has been a lot of speculation on the matter.

The Kim Kardashian robbery has provoked a lot of speculation as to who the robbers were, and the Pink Panthers gang. They are an organized group of criminals that are responsible for numerous jewelry heists. The group has been around for 30 years and within that time they have stolen diamonds worth $500 million. However, it is not known for sure whether the gang was responsible.

The reality TV star was robbed at gunpoint in her hotel room by armed robbers wearing police officer uniforms. Fortunately, the situation is not entirely hopeless because the French police have recovered CCTV footage that reveals the faces of the culprits behind the robbery. There was a total of five robbers and they reportedly took Kim’s engagement ring and jewellery valued at £8.5million.

The five robbers escaped on hired bikes leaving a distressed Kim Kardashian. Unfortunately, only one camera was active at the Hotel Pourtales at the night of the robbery and it was facing the wrong direction. Luckily, the CCTV camera in the neighboring nail salon caught the robbers. The police have been requesting video footage from neighboring shops in an attempt to crack the high-pressure case according to a report given to the Mirror by a local shopkeeper.

“Everyone is doing what they can to help. We are all shocked.”

The authorities believe that the robbers trailed Kim Kardashian for three days before making their move. Pascal Duvier, the personal bodyguard for Kim claims that they will do everything possible to find the men responsible for the robbery. He described the robbery in Paris as one of the most sickening things he has ever heard and then issued a warning to the robbers claiming to have leads that will help find the culprits. One of the sources revealed some of the information that is known so far about the Kim Kardashian robbery.

“It would have to be if they had any hope of reclassify the stolen jewels and sell them again.”

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