Bad News for Kim Kardashian's Robbery Investigation

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 02:  Kim Kardashian seen on the streets of Manahttan on September 2, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by James Devaney/GC Images)

Bad News for Kim Kardashian's Robbery Investigation

More details emerge.

Published October 4, 2016

The search for the culprits involved in robbing Kim Kardashian at gunpoint is proving to be much harder than anticipated.

Despite a full-fledged investigation launched by French police and nearly non-stop media attention, a search for surveillance footage that could lead to capturing the people who stole $10 million in jewels from the reality star has, according to TMZ, come up dry.

TMZ reports that a source connected to the case revealed that there was absolutely no surveillance video inside or outside the hotel premises, and the only video footage available is from the police.

The problem with this, however, is that camera doesn't face the front of the building and the burglars evaded the lens.

The French police even went as far as to canvas the entire surrounding area in hopes of finding footage from nearby businesses, but had no luck.

Also, according to the site, despite reports stating that two cellphones were stolen from Kim's apartment, only one has been confirmed as stolen. The one that was taken also did not have any "compromising information" stored on it and was "remotely wiped" clean.

See Kim in lighter times in the BET Breaks video above.

Written by John Justice

(Photo: James Devaney/GC Images)


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