"For the jewellery under no circumstances to be acknowledged, we created the choice to melt them," Aomar Ait Khedache, 60, advised police, according to a testimony transcript obtained by the newspaper. "One particular of the men and women took care of that. He came back with bars. In all, there had to be 800 and a couple of grams, which gave an amount of, ah. 25,000 or 28,000 [euros], anything like that." (That equates to $26,000 to $thirty,000.) The alleged mastermind reportedly told police the males did not sell Kardashian's $four million engagement ring, claiming that "there is a individual who has it" but did not specify who. "All people was afraid to sell it mainly because it's a stone that's quite simple to determine," Khedache reportedly stated. Kim, Khloe Kardashian Chill out in Swimsuits in Costa Rica: Pics Kim K. Shares Videos of North, Saint Following Work out With Khloe 'Revenge Body': Khloe Cuts a Contestant, Talks Getting the 'Fat Sister' Khedache, who was 1 of ten individuals charged earlier this month in connection with the robbery, reportedly informed authorities that the robbers initially planned to rob the Retaining Up With the Kardashians star, 36, at an earlier date. He also claimed his gang had "really precise information" about Kardashian's whereabouts in Paris, which they acquired from "someone who was really near to her." According to Le Monde. the alleged organizer mentioned Kardashian's social media posts played a function in the setting up of the heist. "The jewels were proven on the web, and [she explained] that she didn't put on fakes," Khedache reportedly mentioned. "You just had to appear at the online and you knew almost everything, completely everything."