Nassau lawmakers, police commissioner to introduce legislation to combat catalytic converter thefts

The new legislation aims to stop the sale of illegally obtained catalytic converters.

News 12 Staff

Apr 13, 2022, 5:07 PM

Updated 728 days ago

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The Nassau Legislature and the police commissioner will introduce legislation to combat the recent uptick in catalytic converter thefts.
The new legislation aims to stop the sale of illegally obtained catalytic converters.
Thieves cut catalytic converters off cars and sell the pricey metals inside them for large amounts of cash.
The devices can be swiped within minutes. Replacing the parts can cost upward of $1,000.


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