Kim Zolciak thought she had the thieves who broke into her daughter's car caught red-handed when she called 911 but it turns out ... she was dead wrong.
According to the 911 call obtained by The Blast, Zolciak told dispatchers she observed the whole incident on her security camera and she was "sure there were fingerprints on the car."
But, as The Blast first reported, police say in their report that the suspect was “unrecognizable” on the camera because it was the middle of the night. And while police dusted the car for prints, none of them were "usable."
During the call, Zolciak explains that she believes the thieves were able to get on her property easily because their gate had been hit by their neighbor. She also says that Brielle noticed her purse was missing a day earlier, but just assumed one of her younger siblings hid it from her.
Also worth noting — while it wasn't listed in the report, Zolciak claims her American Express card (which does not have a limit) was also missing.
The investigation remains ongoing.