State Police Investigating Catalytic Converter Theft on Pennsbury Township

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PENNSBURY TWP, PA — The Pennsylvania State Police announced an ongoing investigation of a catalytic converter theft.

Authorities with the Pennsylvania State Police Avondale Station say that on February 21, 2022, Troopers responded to Fairville Road in Pennsbury Township, Chester County for a reported catalytic converter theft. The unknown perpetrator vandalized and stole a catalytic converter from a work van parked in a parking lot. This incident occurred at some point between February 18 and February 21, 2022.

If you have information about this rime, contact the Pennsylvania State Police Avondale Station at 610-268-2022, reference ID# PA2022-221185.

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