It's been over two weeks since Kim Kardashian was tied up and robbed at gunpoint in Paris, and details continue to emerge about the harrowing ordeal.

While it was initially reported that the entire robbery took place over the course of a few minutes, a police source tells US Weekly the thieves were in Kim's residence for almost an hour.

"They acted like they had all the time in the world," the source claims, saying police reviewed a nearby traffic camera to figure out timing. "It is quite incredible that they managed to hang about for so long without anyone calling us."

The source continued, saying three of the five men involved showed up around 2:18 AM, dressed in black jackets. Two other men reportedly arrived on scene fourteen minutes later before heading inside through the same entrance.

“They clearly knew the security code of the main doors, and let themselves in without any problem at all,” they said.

According to the video footage's timestamp, the robbers left around 3:07 AM — a full 49 minutes after they initially went inside.

Earlier reports also indicated the group left on bicycles, but the source says several men walked away on foot “briskly, but looking very relaxed."

Kim’s lawyer, Jean Veil, noted the reality star — who is reportedly suffering from flashbacks to the robbery, as well as bouts of paranoia — is cooperating fully with investigators, and is willing to return to France if her presence is requested.

“She is very calm and very determined over a matter that was particularly violent,” said Veil. “If she is summoned to France, she will come to France, but judges also have the possibility of moving [to the United Stated].”

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