Woman Who Asked Homeowners for Help Later Stole Their Vehicles: Police

Woman Who Asked Homeowners for Help Later Stole Their Vehicles: Police

Winnipeg Police CrestGenerous Winnipeg homeowners who opened their doors to a woman seeking help ended up being burned by having their possessions stolen.

Police say on May 24 and May 27, a woman knocked on the door of two homes looking for help. Once inside, she allegedly stole money and keys from the house.

She later returned and stolen the victim’s vehicles, according to police.

Kayla Ivy Chaske, 22, has been charged with break and enter, theft under $5,000 and theft of a motor vehicle.

She remains in custody.

Police say never allow strangers into your home and check for ID if they claim to be a city or utility worker. Police also suggest you speak with someone through a locked door if they request help.

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