Kim Kardashian West isn't the only person who is hoping her robbers are tracked down and arrested—the city of Paris is relying on it.
Vanity Fair discussed the reality star's robbery—or "L'Affaire Kardashian," as they're referring to it in the City of Lights—with Paris police chief Christian Sainte for his first interview with the foreign media. He admitted the future of Paris is reliant on officials tracking down the robbers.
"I'm very confident," he told the magazine, and he has to be. The city lost nearly $1 billion in tourism revenue following the 2015 terrorist attacks, and it can't afford another burden such as this one.
"It's important because of the implication: Is Paris secure?" the chief explained. "It's important economically. So that's another reason why it is important for us to solve this case."