(WBBM NEWSRADIO) — Glenwood police said they found more than 100 catalytic converters at a home that was being used as a chop shop.
The headline on the press release reads: “Catalytic converter chop shop operation busted!”
Glenwood police said its patrol and investigation divisions disrupted an auto and catalytic converter theft operation at a private residence on the 200 block of Rose Street.
Seized property/contraband included 128 stolen catalytic converters, valued at approximately $54,000; one stolen and stripped Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT; several reciprocating saws; one loaded, 45-caliber handgun; and magazines.
The department said illicit funds were also seized and added that identity theft had been used to rent the property.
No word about arrests.
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