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Catalytic Converter Cut from Vehicle at Business Complex in Bloomfield


Police in Bloomfield are investigating a theft from a vehicle at a business complex earlier in the month. 

According to authorities, on May 3rd, the complainant responded to Bloomfield Police Headquarters to report a Catalytic Converter theft.

The suspect told police that he parked his vehicle in the parking lot of 300 Broadacres Drive at 10:30 a.m.

When he returned at 1:00 p.m., he noticed that the catalytic converter was cut from the vehicle.

In a another incident, officers responded to the 200 block of Essex Avenue on a report of a catalytic converter theft.

Police said a resident reported that two of his vehicles that were parked on Essex Avenue had their catalytic converters stolen.

The resident said he heard a noise outside and when he looked, he saw a person get into a silver or white Ford Explorer occupied by three males and flee the area.

Bloomfield police have launched an investigation into both incidents.