A Waianae family dealing with a tragic loss has been dealt another blow.
Memorable items have been stolen, belonging to a loved one who just passed away.
The Leong family says some of the last memories of a loved one have been taken and they want them back.
Elaine Leong remembers her husband, who she had been with for nearly 30 years.
"Alex was a person, full of life, full of life to live. Unfortunately, this happened," she said.
On Oct. 14, Alex Leong's life was cut short. The 49 year old died in a tragic motocross accident, leaving behind his wife and three children, who he always worried about.
"He had night job. But whenever he work nights, he would call, call always, always. 'How you guys doing, okay?' 'Good night,' everything like that," she said.
"I wouldn't picture life without him. I wanted to do so much more, but just cannot. I just miss him, I just want him back," said son Alex Leong, Jr.
The family later found out, that on the day of the accident, someone stole Leong's video camera and two GoPro cameras that were in his truck. He always had the cameras with him to capture special moments. One of the GoPros were attached to him in a picture of his son's high school graduation. Those cameras also recorded many other family moments.
"We can look back at all of that. That's why it hurts us, that it was stolen," his wife said.
The family wants the memory sticks from the cameras, no questions asked. They're hoping it will give them a bit of comfort during a time when so much has been taken away.
"I just never really had the chance to tell him I love him, you know?" his son said.
"We can't have Alex, but at least we can have his memory," his wife said.
The items were stolen from Leong's truck, which was parked at the Kahuku Motocross Park on Oct. 14. Send an email to Kristine.Uyeno@khon2.com if you have information on the stolen items.
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