A woman who helps others for a living had her tablet stolen while she was at work, now because of what's on it, she wants it back.
She says she had her tablet for four-years. That's four years worth of memories.
Now it's gone and she wants it back. She says it's not about the money, but rather, the memories.
Lisa Lounzie-Hardy, a home health care aide, says her Samsung Galaxy Note tablet was stolen from out of her station wagon while she was working in Lathrup Village Sunday.
She was tending to her patient and left her door unlocked. When she went back outside to get her things from out of her station wagon the tablet was gone.
She's says the thief took her wallet too, but the things in there are replaceable, her family photos of her 2-year old granddaughters are not.
She's hoping the person who took it turns it into the police or drops it off at the home where she was working at when it happened.
If you know where Lisa's tablet is, or know who has it. Call police right away.