Swiss jeweller Chopard has issued a statement clarifying earlier media reports surrounding the robbery of jewels from a Cannes, where the annual film festival is taking place:
Thieves stole over $1 million worth of jewellery from the Novotel hotel in the centre of Cannes - where the annual film festival is taking place.
Swiss jeweller Chopard has loaned luxurious jewellery to celebrities in Cannes for the film festival, including actress Julianne Moore, model Cara Delevingne and singer Lana Del Rey.
It is unknown whether the jewels in the pictures below were among the items stolen by thieves.
Thieves who stole jewellery worth $1.2 million from a hotel in Cannes broke into the room of a Swiss jeweller Chopard employee, according to AFP.
The robbers reportedly opened a safe in the room and made off with the jewels, which were set to be loaned to celebrities who are in the French town for the annual film festival.
Swiss luxury watchmaker and jeweller Chopard is one of the official sponsors of the festival and they redesigned the Palme d'Or award, which is given to the director of the best feature film.
Jewellery worth more than $1 million (£650,000) has reportedly been stolen from a hotel in Cannes - where the annual film festival is currently taking place.
The jewels were set to be loaned to celebrities who are in the French Riviera town, according to reports.