Pictures show a major heist from a car dealership. Three thieves sneak into a Burlington Township Volkswagon and steal over $57,000 worth of catalytic converters.
Authorities say converters from 21 vehicles were taken, including 11 diesel converters and 10 gas converters.
Police say four people have been charged with stealing catalytic converters from cars in two Burlington Township dealerships last August.
Judge Garrett Page found Lewis Granger of Bridgeport, Pa. guilty of eight counts of theft by unlawful taking.
Police charged a 31-year-old man Thursday for the thefts of catalytic converters from more than 100 cars in the area.
According to court documents, 37-year-old Lewis Granger admitted that he used a battery-powered saw to get the converters off of at least a half-dozen cars, then sold them to a local scrap dealer.
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