Letter: Beware of catalytic converter theft

Posted 4/19/22

Last week my wife and I went on a short trip, and left our car at the RTD Parking Lot in Olde Town Arvada. I chose a spot on the third level, under a light so that it visible at night. We returned …

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Letter: Beware of catalytic converter theft

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Last week my wife and I went on a short trip, and left our car at the RTD Parking Lot in Olde Town Arvada. I chose a spot on the third level, under a light so that it visible at night. We returned five days later only to discover upon starting the car that something was very wrong. It sounded like a dragster at our local Speedway! Looking underneath the car it became obvious that someone had cut off the catalytic converter and stolen it. This appears to be a rather common event in our state. Because of this, my car will be disabled for weeks because of short supply. Sad that things like this are becoming more the norm.
 David Voss,
Arvada

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