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Law enforcement seek suspects in catalytic converter thefts from faculty district automobiles

ARANSAS Move, Texas — The Aransas Go Law enforcement Section is inquiring the community for help in pinpointing the suspects included in catalytic converter thefts from college district motor vehicles.

The theft took area on Aug. 20 at the Aransas Go ISD bus barn.

Police are hunting for a feminine and male suspect. The woman suspect, described as probably white or Hispanic, was donning a black dress and was driving a white SUV when she dropped off the male, who then taken out the catalytic converters from the vehicles.

Aransas Go Law enforcement Office

The guy is mentioned to be maybe white or Hispanic, has thoroughly clean-lower hair, a slim construct and was carrying dark-coloured footwear at the time of the theft.


Aransas Move Police Division

Details that could enable police find these suspects really should be described to Crimestoppers at 800-245-Strategies/8477 or 361-758-8477.

Catalytic converter theft is a felony in Texas.

What can you do to shield oneself versus the theft of your catalytic converter?

  • Generally park in a perfectly-lit area near to setting up entrances.
  • Have a mechanic weld the converter to the frame of your automobile.
  • And if you park in a garage, make certain the garage doorway is locked.
  • Install a car or truck alarm that is movement activated.
  • And engrave your automobile identification number, or VIN, on your catalytic converter.
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