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Two reports of catalytic converter thefts

Birmingham police received two reports of catalytic converter that were cut off vehicles during the night when they were parked at victims' homes.


On Saturday, June 18, an officer was dispatched to the 1800 block of Yosemite Boulevard. The victim stated that he heard a loud noise when he started the vehicle that day, and noticed the catalytic converter was stolen. It was believed to have been taken sometime overnight.


On Monday, June 20, an officer was dispatched to the 2100 block of E. Maple Road, where the victim reported she noticed a loud noise when she started her vehicle. The officer inspected the vehicle, confirming the catalytic converter was missing.


There are no witnesses or suspects in either case.

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