Five catalytic converter thefts reported in Armour Square

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SHARE Five catalytic converter thefts reported in Armour Square

Police are warning drivers about five recent catalytic converter thefts in the South Side Armour Square neighborhood.

In all five incidents, suspects cut the parts off of cards parked on the street, Area Central detectives said in a community alert.

One of the thefts happened Thursday in the 300 block of West 23rd Street, the alert said. Three more happened Sunday, one in the 300 block of West 24th Place and two in the 2800 block of South Wells Street.

A fifth happened sometime between Thursday and Sunday in the 2700 block of South Princeton, police said.

Anyone with information is asked to contact detectives at (312) 747-8382.

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