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MCSO asking public’s help identifying Harvest catalytic converter theft suspect

HARVEST – Madison County Sheriff’s Office investigators are asking for the public’s help with identifying the suspect pictured and/or vehicle he was driving.
According to the MCSO, the suspect stopped in the parking lot of Refuge Church in the Harvest community and removed a catalytic converter from a Chevrolet S-10 pickup truck. The provided photograph is the best they have at this time. This suspect is suspected of numerous other related converter thefts here in the county.
Investigators say they have noticed an uptick in catalytic converter thefts from vehicles parked at local businesses throughout Madison County.
If anyone has any information please contact Inv. S. Finley at (256) 533-8847 or sfinley@madisoncountyal.gov.

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