Catalytic Converter Thefts Continue In Rochester Area
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Rochester, MN(KROC AM News) - And the catalytic converter thefts in the Rochester area continue.
The Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office has received two more reports.
One came from Legend’s Concrete in the 6800 block of 31st Ave SW. The devices were removed from three commercial vehicles last weekend. The loss was put at $13,000.
Two devices were removed from a cargo van that was parked at a site in the 4000 block of 11th Ave SW.
The sheriff’s office and Rochester Police Dept. have been receiving frequent reports of catalytic converter thefts since last fall. So far, no arrests have been made.
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