Still at large. Kim Kardashian‘s Paris robbery assailants have still not been caught 24 hours after the incident occurred, the Associated Press reports.
Per the AP, Paris police are continuing to analyze surveillance camera footage surrounding the Hôtel de Pourtalès and authorities are still looking for the five suspects. Additionally, prosecutors declined to answer on Tuesday, October 4, whether or not this was an inside job.
As previously reported, Kardashian, 35, was robbed at gunpoint while staying at a penthouse apartment owned by her husband Kanye West, early Monday. She was gagged, had her hands bound with plastic zip ties and was carried into the bathroom. The group of men then ransacked the place and stole more than $10 million worth of jewelry.
“She thought there was going to be a sexual assault or that she was going to be killed in the bathroom,” an insider told Us Weekly. “They did not speak English. Kim was hysterically crying, begging for her life, telling them about her babies.”
Kardashian’s bodyguard Pascal Duvier was with Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner — like Kim, in town for Paris Fashion Week — at a club in the City of Light at the time.
When the group left, Kardashian managed to free herself. West, 39, was notified and canceled his show at the Meadows Music & Arts Festival in NYC mid-set and walked off stage. The Selfish author boarded her private jet a few hours later and reunited with the rapper at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. They headed back to their downtown apartment in NYC and were joined by Kris Jenner and her boyfriend, Corey Gamble.
Kardashian and West’s children, North, 3, and Saint, 9 months, were safe in NYC when the scary robbery occurred. As Us exclusively revealed, Nori attended a matinee performance of the Broadway show Matilda with a nanny, security guard and two other children on Sunday.
Kimye are staying close to each other in the aftermath. On Monday night, West announced that this week’s Philadelphia and Detroit concert dates have been rescheduled for December 13 and December 22. “Due to family concerns, this week’s Philadelphia and Detroit dates on the Saint Pablo tour have been rescheduled,” Live Nation said in a statement.