Paris police have obtained CCTV footage that captured the faces of the masked robbers who broke into Kim Kardashian's apartment early Monday, according to The Sun.
As Radar previously reported, the 35-year-old was held at gunpoint inside her room in Paris around 3 a.m. Monday morning, local time, and robbed of millions of dollars worth of jewelry.
Sources say five masked men dressed as police officers were on the scene. Two of them entered Kim's room, tied up her hands and feet with tape and locked her in the bathroom before stealing a box containing jewelry items worth $6.7 million, as well as a $4.5 million ring, police sources told La Parisien.
Insiders told Us Weekly that the intruders "gagged her. . .covering her mouth but not her nose," wrapping her with tape before leaving her in the bathroom as they took off with her jewelry. "After they left she was able to wiggle her hands out of the tie and then she was able to get the rest of the stuff off of her. She definitely thought she was going to be raped and murdered. She feared rape — she was basically naked."
Now, images of the gang have been captured in what authorities described as a "million-to-one" scenario, with their reflections caught on a single CCTV camera facing a mirror in the Marche De La Madeleine.
According to the report, the robbers fled the scene, escaping through a 200-yard corridor before making their getaway on push-bikes from a parking garage.
The security guard on duty at the garage had been asleep at the time of the incident and told detectives he saw and heard nothing.
Since the terrifying event, Kim has flown back to New York City, where she's been holed up in an apartment with husband Kanye West and other family and friends. According to course, the selfie maniac plans to scale back significantly on her social media pages.
Meanwhile, little sister Kylie Jenner seemed to ignore the memo on family social media lockdown, posting a throwback photo of her bootiful vacation in the Turks and Caicos.
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