Who swiped $100,000 in jewelry from Kourtney Kardashian's pad?
"We have a hunch!" mom Kris Jenner -- with Kourtney's sister Khloe also chiming in -- hinted today during a chat on On Air with Ryan Seacrest.
"It was a group thing," Jenner continued, as she and Khloe noted fishy details about the Oct. 17 robbery in Kourtney's Calabasas, Calif. home, suggesting the thieves are "jealous" folks with inside access to the reality-show family.
"Here's the thing," Jenner explains to Seacrest. "We're in principal production on a reality show [with] cameras rolling at all times. So somebody had to know exactly what time to get in and get out. When cameras weren't rolling. It was just very interesting, the timing."
Also suspect? "They also knew her alarm system was down at the time," Khloe says.
Most telling of all, Jenner argues, "They knew what they were going in for. There were laptops laying on her bed; nobody touched the laptops."
"And they knew what was real jewelry and what was costume jewelry," Khloe says.
The stolen item that hurts the most, Jenner admits, is a watch that she gave the girls' late father, Robert Kardashian, on their wedding day, which Jenner passed on to Kourtney. "That was a really special piece of jewelry I had given my first born daughter -- now it's gone."
The Kardashian clan plans to attend the opening Lakers game en masse next week. "We're not sitting courtside," clarifies Khloe (recently married to player Lamar Odom). "We would take up the entire basketball court!"