NSPD: 3 catalytic converter thefts this week

NORTON SHORES, Mich. (WOOD) — Norton Shores police say they are looking for whoever stole the catalytic converters from three cars this week.

The Norton Shores Police Department says all the incidents happened between Tuesday during the day and Wednesday morning.

The thefts happened in the parking lots of businesses and apartment complexes at:

  • The 800 block of W. Norton Avenue
  • The 4500 block of Grand Haven Road
  • The 900 block of Hamptons Court

Thieves steal catalytic converters, which are part of a car’s exhaust system, to sell the valuable metals in them for scrap.

NSPD is asking the public to call 911 to report anyone in parking lots with power tools or loitering near vehicles.

Anyone with information is asked to contact NSPD at 231.733.2691 or Silent Observer at 231.72.CRIME (27463).

 

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