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sayoung

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Posted: 02/02/22 10:42am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Tyler,Tx nabbed a converter thief a few days ago

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dedmiston wrote:

Oh good. I was hoping we'd revisit this topic asap. [emoticon] [emoticon]

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mbopp wrote:

Skibane wrote:

It's rampant just about everywhere.

Motorhomes parked in storage lots are particularly attractive targets.

Pickup trucks and vans since they're easier to crawl under.
They have been jacking up small cars around where I live especially Toyota Pirus and have hit several more than once. And they have even hit the local muffler shop.[emoticon]


Muffler shop sounds like the way to go! Only amateurs go around jacking up cars to get ‘em 1 at a time! Lol
Hopefully they hang ‘em high. Like horse thieves back in the day!
(Apologies if that last statement offended any of the membership here who are in favor of defunding LE and de-criminalizing crime…[emoticon])

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The authorities also need to charge the scrap facility! No way they bought that many converters and not suspect stolen property!


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Bipeflier wrote:

The authorities also need to charge the scrap facility! No way they bought that many converters and not suspect stolen property!


I agree. That is a big part of the problem

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Not only charge them, but put some teeth into the laws. Don't give them a slap on the wrist and let them go. Charge them with a fine and they'll just steal some more cats to pay for it. Throw them in jail and throw away the key.


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