Woman robbed after moving to Las Vegas for cancer treatment


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Woman robbed after moving to Las Vegas for cancer treatment

By Rikki Cheese. CREATED Aug 13, 2013

Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Las Vegas police are looking for the heartless thieves who stole a cancer patient's belongings.

Lisa Krysiak spent her first full day in Las Vegas on Monday, filing a police report.

It details the stuff that was stolen from her car, which was inside a cargo van parked at the LaQuinta Inn on Paradise Road.

But, what worries her most is that the thieves also took all of her personal information, including her passport, her will and her medical and financial records. Lisa moved to Las Vegas to seek cancer treatment.

She told Action News, "They have everything because all the most important things to me, I kept in the car because I wasn't going to put it in storage. It was going to go up to the apartment with me but it's gone.

Action News reached to LaQuinta's management, and did no hear back by close of business on Monday.

Anyone with information on the theft is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (702) 385-5555.

Rikki Cheese

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Rikki Cheese is currently an anchor and reporter for Action News.