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NEWS BRIEF: Catalytic converters stolen from cars in campus lots

Kaitlyn O’Meara, Assistant News Editor

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Marywood students, faculty and staff received an email from Mike Finegan on Tuesday, Feb. 14 alerting them of the thefts of catalytic converters from cars in campus parking lots.

Marywood’s campus safety daily crime log stated that two vehicles were stripped of their catalytic converters at 1:30 p.m. and 5:40 p.m on Monday, Feb. 13.

According to the email, the upper and lower resident parking lots along Maxis Lane were targeted.

The Dunmore Police Department was notified and is investigating the incidents.

As a result of these events, campus safety is increasing its patrols in that specific area.

Members of the Marywood community are encouraged to report unusual activity to campus safety by calling 570-348-6242.

Contact the writer: [email protected]

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