Details have emerged about the 17 suspects arrested yesterday over Kim Kardashian West’s Paris robbery.
French newspaper Le Monde has reported that one of the suspects works for a limo company that the Kardashian West family used in the lead up to the incident, which saw the mother-of-two held at gunpoint and robbed of millions of dollars’ worth of jewellery on October 3 last year.
While the extent of the suspect’s involvement remains unclear, French police reportedly believe he may have provided the robbers with inside information about Kardashian West's whereabouts on the night.
Le Monde has also reported that the majority of those arrested are seasoned criminals known by French authorities, and include three women and five are men who disguised themselves as policemen during the heist.
Two of the suspects are also said to be diamond dealers.
According to reports, one of the suspects was identified by DNA found on a roll of adhesive tape that was used to bind the reality TV star's hands during the brutal home invasion.
Kardashian West’s French attorney, Jean Veil told FR2 that she is “very happy” and feels “very reassured” by the recent investigations.
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