Date night: Kim and rapper husband Kanye, pictured, appeared to brush off the raid in Paris to go on a date to a sushi restaurant in Beverly Hills on Monday night
Police swoop: 17 were arrested in a series of raids in Paris connected to the October heist, but the couple shrugged off the drama with a low key night out together
Unity: Kim linked arms with her husband Kanye as they enjoyed a quiet night out together on the same day as a series of arrests were made in Paris
BRB officers recovered almost Euro 300,000 in cash from the homes of the various suspects following their dawn raids on Monday morning, Le Parisien reported.
The operation included the search for a 72-year-old man, known as Pierre, at his home in Grasse, in the mountains overlooking the French riveria.
Pierre, who ran a private beach club in Saint Tropez, was jailed in the early 2000’s for drug trafficking.
Pierre, 72, and his 70-year-old long term partner Christiane, are currently being held in custody in Paris.
Two of the other 17 people arrested in dawn raids on Monday – an unnamed man and woman – have also been released without charge, according to Le Figaro newspaper.
Details of those being held have emerged as the limo company owner arrested by French police investigating the robbery has been released – but his brother remains in police custody.
Michael Madar and his brother Gary were arrested in a series of raids on Monday morning.
Police have arrested 17 people over the Kim Kardashian robbery, including two brothers in their 50s accused of disposing of a $5m engagement ring, and the chauffeur with the limo firm used by the Kardashian family. Two men are pictured being arrested during raids yesterday
Special French investigators swooped on a restaurant in Rue de Bretagne in connection with the robbery of Kim Kardashian, which happened during Paris fashion week in October
A DNA match from the necklace, along with tape used to gag Ms Kardashian, enabled detectives to trace key members of the gang and 17 were arrested in a series of raids