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Catalytic converters stolen from three vehicles

Police in Birmingham said two residents on Thursday, December 30, reported having the catalytic converters stolen from their vehicles while parked at their residences.

Police responded about 4 p.m. on December 30, to the 1800 block of Yosemite Boulevard, where a male resident said he started his vehicle two days earlier and noticed a loud noise. Upon taking it to a repair shop, the man learned his catalytic converter had been stolen from his exhaust system. The loss was estimated at $750.

A second resident notified police a short time later that day that her catalytic converter was stolen from her vehicle sometime on the afternoon of Sunday, December 26, in the 100 block of Columbia Avenue.

Another victim told police on Sunday, December 26, that her catalytic converter also was stolen while parked in the 900 block of Northlawn Boulevard. A witness told police that an unknown person parked next to the victim’s vehicle about 4 p.m. that day. While stopped, the driver got out and appeared to remove something from underneath the vehicle.

The incidents are under investigation.


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