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Thieves robbed cancer patient’s belongs hours after he died with his mother by his side 

Mother who watched her son die after battling cancer for four years returns home to find thieves had ransacked her home and stolen his prized signed soccer shirts

  • Grieving mother arrived to find dead son’s possessions were stolen from home
  • Kaleb Axisa lost his four year battle with cancer a month away from 21st birthday
  • Mel Axisa left the hospital hours after her son’s death to find WA house robbed

A heartbroken mother returned home hours after her son died from cancer to find thieves had robbed the possessions from his room.

Kaleb Axisa lost his four year battle with cancer early on Wednesday morning – just a few weeks out from his 21st birthday.

His distraught mother, Mel Axisa, was by his hospital bed when he died and returned home hours later to find the 20-year-old’s bedroom ransacked.

 

Mel Axisa returned home hours after her son, Kaleb, (pictured together) died from cancer to find thieves had robbed his prized possessions from his room

Kaleb's distraught mother (pictured) was by his hospital bed when he died and returned home hours later to find the 20-year-old's bedroom ransacked with the light on in Bunbury, WA

Kaleb’s distraught mother (pictured) was by his hospital bed when he died and returned home hours later to find the 20-year-old’s bedroom ransacked with the light on in Bunbury, WA

Thieves reportedly stole Kaleb's signed soccer shirts but left behind expensive DJ equipment (items left behind pictured)

Thieves reportedly stole Kaleb’s signed soccer shirts but left behind expensive DJ equipment (items left behind pictured)

‘We were coming home to grieve,’ the mother told 7 News.

‘That’s what’s so hard here, I didn’t bring him home.’

Thieves reportedly stole Kaleb’s prized signed soccer shirts but left behind expensive DJ equipment at the Bunbury house, about 170 kilometres south of Perth.

Ms Axisa’s daughter’s car was also targeted by the vile thugs who slashed the tyres with a sharp knife.

The family said they did not know who could possibly commit such a low crime. 

Western Australia Police searched the room for fingerprints but had no luck. 

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers.

Ms Axisa's daughter's (pictured with Kaleb) car was also targeted by the thugs who slashed the tyres with a sharp knife

Ms Axisa’s daughter’s (pictured with Kaleb) car was also targeted by the thugs who slashed the tyres with a sharp knife

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