Catalytic Converters Stolen From Canada RV Dealership

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The Lunenburg District Royal Canadian Mounted Police is investigating recent thefts of catalytic converters.

RCMP received notification from Cookville on August 10th, at 9:45 AM about three stolen catalytic converters from three RVs at a dealership.

According to police, the theft occurred between the night of August 8th through the morning of Aug. 10th.

Each of the three RVs cannot be operated anymore and will require significant repairs.

Anybody with information is requested to contact the Lunenburg District RCMP or Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers.

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