ENFIELD, Conn. (WWLP) – A stolen automobile was recovered immediately after law enforcement were being referred to as to a catalytic converter theft at Costco Wednesday.
In accordance to the Enfield Law enforcement Department, officers had been termed to Costco positioned on Freshwater Blvd. in which a blue Infiniti was the suspected car included in a catalytic converter theft. The vehicle took off westbound rushing on Elm Avenue when officers arrived in the space.
Police employed a machine to deflate the tires beneath the car as it entered I-91 south at exit 48. The vehicle kept heading earlier other cars posing a menace to the community. In accordance with the statewide pursuit plan, officers deactivated their emergency lights and sirens.
The bordering police departments had been notified of the motor vehicle that was documented stolen previously Wednesday. Shortly immediately after, the East Windsor police observed the automobile at Walmart with a flat tire. Law enforcement seized the car awaiting acceptance for a lookup warrant for evidence of catalytic converter thefts.
Police are reminding the neighborhood to report suspicious exercise.
Does your auto draw in catalytic converter burglars?
These are the 10 styles most focused by catalytic converter burglars in the U.S., in accordance to the company that tracks vehicle heritage.
- 1985-2021 Ford F-Series pickup trucks
- 1989-2020 Honda Accord
- 2007-17 Jeep Patriot
- 1990-2022 Ford Econoline vans
- 1999-2021 Chevrolet Silverado pickup vehicles
- 2005-21 Chevrolet Equinox
- 1997-2020 Honda CR-V
- 1987-2019 Toyota Camry
- 2011-17 Chrysler 200
- 2001-21 Toyota Prius