Catalytic converters swiped from three ambulances, Delta police say

A report came in last night that three ambulances that were in for repair had their catalytic converters stolen, Delta police said on social media today. 

"During this pandemic, it is important that we have all our ambulances on the road," police said in the post. "We want to support our health care partners, and that means helping to keep their equipment safe too."

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Police used the hashtag #NotAprilFools in the post on Facebook.

Police ask if you have any information about this incident to call 604-946-4411 and quote file number 20-7051.


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