The Pink Panthers is the world's most daring gang of thieves. This is more than fiction or a Hollywood movie.
On Monday, October 3, 2016, reality TV star Kim Kardashian was robbed of her jewellery and diamond ring worth $4m by armed men when she was in Paris.
The robbery which will go down as one of the biggest stories of the year is currently under investigation hasn't yielded any suspects or persons of interest.
While some conspiracy theorists are pointing a finger at Kim K's bodyguard Pascal Duvier as being the mastermind of the operation, others believe it is the work of the Pink Panthers.
Forget the movies. Pink Panthers is a group of international jewel thieves made up of 150-200 men and women. The group came into existence in 1993 and according to INTERPOL it is responsible for 380 heists across 35 countries. The most daredevil robberies can be traced back to the group.
Members of Pink Panthers are Serbians from Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia. The group has stolen gold worth up to $500m in Dubai, Switzerland, Japan, France, Liechtenstein, Germany, Luxembourg, Spain and Monaco.
Its heists are legendary. In 2013, their robberies made it to the big screen as a documentary titled 'Smash & Grab'. Think of Pink Panthers as the real 'Ocean's Eleven' crew.
Apart from the police and security agencies suspecting Pink Panther in Kim Kardashian's robbery, a former member of the group suspects his former colleagues too.
"It was already pre-planned, probably three years ago when she first went there with Kanye… They looked at her like she was a jewellery store" Pavle Stanimirovic tells Inside Edition about Kim K's robbery incident. He believes they have been watching her for years, maybe since the first time she came to Paris with her husband Kanye West.
As for her diamond ring, Stanimirovic believes it might never be recovered again. "It's going to get chopped! It's going to get cut in half!"
The INTERPOL is presently trying to crackdown Pink Panther, but before it happens the gang of thieves are plotting their next big robbery.