Catalytic converters stolen from Habitat for Humanity vehicle, again

The catalytic converters on a Habitat for Humanity truck have been stolen again, according to Bloomington Police Department Capt. Ryan Pedigo.

A Habitat for Humanity employee discovered the parts missing from the truck parked in the 800 block of S. Auto Mall Rd., Friday.

The two converters on the 2009 Isuzu truck are estimated to cost 1500-dollars to replace.

The converters were first stolen in August 2020.

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