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Robbers Of Kim Kardashian Caught On CCTV Of Nearby Salon; Footage Reveals Their Faces?

By Vasti Marra Pinera , Oct 06, 2016 04:10 AM EDT
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French police found some new leads in Kim Kardashian's robbery case as the nearby salon's CCTV caught the faces of the five robbers.

According to reports, The CCTV of the Bel Ange salon on the second floor caught the robbers just as they are going to their hired motorcycles to escape the scene with Kardashian's multi-million jewelries, including her engagement ring. The footage also reveals the group going inside the shopping area and the other camera caught them as they go inside an unlocked corridor that leads to the car park. The video also gives the impression that the gang knew where they were going and were taking routes to avoid being seen.

 Although the police have not given any official announcement regarding the video, Nina Richter, a nail salon patron who is also a close friend to the owner shares more information about it. She says she was not allowed to see the actual video but she was told the CCTV did catch the faces of the robbers. Police told the nail salon owner that it is their best lead so far.

It can be remembered that the prestigious Hotel Pourtales, despite having a high-profile guest, only had one CCTV camera. The worst thing about it is that it's angled at the wrong direction so none of the robbery scene was caught, leaving the police with no good lead at all.

Reports claim that Kardashian was being followed for three days before the robbery happened. Two men were said to be disguised as a policeman and a photographer with French accents. Fortunately, her BFF Simone Harouche was able to hide in the bathroom and texted Kim's bodyguard, Pascal Duvier, when she heard her friend scream upstairs.

Kanye has now stepped up the security of his family by installing cameras in every room in their house and add a bullet proof and bomb proof walls in their home.

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