Spate of catalytic converter thefts from cars parked in Felixstowe
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Catalytic converters have been stolen from cars in a spate of thefts in Felixstowe.
The first incident happened at some point between 10pm on Tuesday and 12pm on Wednesday in Golf Road, Suffolk police said.
A catalytic converter was stolen from a Honda.
The second incident happened at about 12.30am on Wednesday in Foxgrove Lane.
A resident spotted an unknown man near a car before discovering an angle grinder type tool had been used to cut the catalytic converter from a vehicle.
The suspects then left the scene in a vehicle parked in Brook Lane.
Police are appealing for members of the public to be vigilant following the thefts.
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Anyone with information related to the incidents is urged to contact Suffolk police, quoting CAD 183 for the incident in Golf Road and reference number 38780/22 for the incident in Foxgrove Lane.