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Burnaby man caught cutting out catlytic converter from car: New West police

A 33-year-old Burnaby man was caught Sunday trying to cut a vehicle's catalytic converter with a power tool, New Westminster police allege.

A witness phoned police about 7:30 p.m. saying a man was underneath a parked vehicle at a business in the 100 block E. Columbia Street. When an officer arrived he discovered the man trying to remove the converter. Police are recommending theft and break and enter charges.

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