Catalytic converter thefts continue to rise in California, North State

Two men ended up arrested early Thursday morning soon after they have been caught striving to steal a catalytic converter from a car or truck at an Anderson vehicle fix store, police reported.

The attempted theft has grow to be an all-as well-frequent occurrence across the region in modern years as the expensive emissions regulate device is a beloved goal of thieves due to the costly valuable metals in it and the value to switch it.

Lawmakers in California, which potential customers the region in promises for the automotive portion, have introduced many bills to discourage thefts. Some vehicle shops previous year were being looking at so many automobiles that desired the catalytic converter replaced, they ended up turning absent consumers.

On Thursday close to 4:30 a.m., an Anderson police officer was on patrol on West Center Road when he noticed a motor vehicle parked around a mechanics shop.