Man arrested for catalytic converter thefts in Louisville: Police – What We Know!

LOUISVILLE, Colo. – A person was arrested Friday for allegedly stealing catalytic converters, Louisville police mentioned in a information launch.

Edgar Antillon-Bencomo was arrested after a corporal was patrolling a neighborhood broken by the Marshall Hearth and observed a 2008 Dodge Ram registered out of Texas parked within the driveway of a house that was utterly destroyed within the fireplace.

The corporal then contacted Antillon-Bencomo, a resident of Golden, and an on-scene investigation “revealed proof and data which led to Mr. Antillon-Bencomo’s arrest.”

Police mentioned the suspect was in possession of catalytic converters, however didn’t specify what number of or present extra particulars as to after they had been stolen.

“Whereas the Louisville, Superior, and Boulder County Communities have come together-greatly helping these affected by the Marshall Hearth, there are sadly a number of people who seem to wish to make the most of these impacted by the hearth,” mentioned Louisville Chief of Police Dave Hayes. “The women and men of the Louisville Police Division stay diligent in serving to to forestall all people from being the sufferer of crimes.”

Police ask anybody who sees suspicious exercise within the burn areas or who might have data of a criminal offense, to contact 911 in an emergency or the Louisville non-emergency quantity at 303-441-4444. Suggestions can be submitted anonymously at 1-800-222-8477.

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