Catalytic converter theft: Nonprofit’s buses disabled by thieves in Cap Hill neighborhood1 min read
DENVER (KDVR) — A local nonprofit became the latest target for catalytic converter thieves after two were cut off its school buses Thursday morning.
Warren Village is located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood and helps single-parent families with transitional housing.
“It particularly hurts an organization like ours, that serves single parents and serves moms and little kids. It just stings a little bit,” Warren Village CEO Ethan Hemming told FOX31.
It happened in the early morning hours, in the parking lot right off 13th Avenue and Gilpin Street. A mechanic at BDM Performance Exhaust found out what happened and moved quickly to help replace the converters. The loss of the buses caused the kids’ programs to be temporarily canceled and even some…
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