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Where did stolen catalytic converters trafficked by a Portland-area crime ring end up?

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A new article offers more details on a Portland-area ring that allegedly trafficked car parts. Beaverton police arrested the alleged leader of a crime ring they say trafficked more than 44,000 stolen catalytic converters. Willamette Week reporter Lucas Manfield tracked the stolen converters from the Portland metro area to Long Island.
Published 2 months ago · Portland, United States

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Where did stolen catalytic converters trafficked by a Portland-area crime ring end up?

In August, Beaverton police arrested the alleged leader of a crime ring they say trafficked more than 44,000 stolen catalytic converters since January 2021 — the street value of which is estimated to be over $22 million. Police said at the time that the Portland-area crime ring stretched as far as New York, but offered few details about the alleged ringleader or where the stolen parts ended up.Willamette Week reporter Lucas Manfield tracked the …

2 months ago·Portland, United States
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