Catalytic Converter Stolen From Car

The following information was supplied by the Johns Creek Police Department.

On Sept. 5 a man told police that someone stole the catalytic converter from the vehicle used by his wife, an Emory Johns Creek employee, while the vehicle was parked in the hospital lot.

He said his wife called him when she got off work because the vehicle made a strange noise and wasn't running correctly. He went out to look at it, and discovered that someone had used a cutting tool to remove the converter.

Police could find no signs of fingerprints.

Robyn L September 27, 2012 at 12:24 PM
Mine was stolen from a hospital professional building in Douglasville,Ga.
Stacy Aigbe October 23, 2013 at 02:51 AM
I had my stolen over a week ago in Duluth/Berkeley Lake area. My Honda CRV was parked outside of my apartment in the middle of night. When I woke up to go to work early in the morning I noticed a loud noise when I started my car and attempted to drive to work, once I got down Peachtree Industrial the noise got so bad I stopped at gas station on abbots bridge and called my roadside assistances. After getting my car towed to the Honda Dealership, the service center advised me the catalytic converter had been stolen off my car. I was completely shocked, and angered by this violation. The cost was $2600 and I had to pay my $500.00 deductible. I didn't notify the police because I didn’t even know if they would be able to do anything. When I got home from work I found the pieces that taken off my car still in my parking space. Now that I know this a serious crime and problem plaguing our area I'm going to police tomorrow to notify them.


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