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Car part stolen off resident's vehicle

A Birmingham resident had the catalytic converter stolen off his vehicle’s exhaust system sometime overnight on Monday, March 29, in the 1900 block of Yosemite, police said.


Birmingham police spoke with the victim, a 25-year-old resident, who told officers he heard an abnormally loud noise when he started his car Tuesday morning, March 30. He then discovered the catalytic converter had been cut off of his exhaust underneath the vehicle.


The victim told officers he parked the vehicle on the street overnight and went out the start it about noon the following day. The vehicle was locked and nothing inside appeared to be missing or damaged.


The loss was estimated at $200.

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