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Three men have been arrested in Canterbury catalytic converter theft investigation

 

Three arrests have been made by Kent Police officers investigating the theft of catalytic converters from vehicles in Canterbury.

 

The suspects were detained at an M25 service station on the morning of Tuesday 26 November 2019 following a report three parked cars were targeted in Canterbury on 21 November.

 

Two offences are reported to have taken place in Westgate Court Avenue and the third occurred in New Dover Road.

 

Two of the arrested men are from Clapton and are aged 37 and 28. The third is 27 and from Hackney Wick. All have been bailed, pending further enquiries, until 20 December 2019.