Catalytic converter marking event in Loddon
POLICE have teamed up with a garage to offer drivers the chance to security mark catalytic converters in a bid to prevent thefts.
Browne & Sons, based at Anglian House in Loddon Industrial Park, will holding the free marking event on Saturday, June 16 between 8.30am and 1pm.
The marking involves a vehicle's registration number being etched onto the converter before being sprayed with silver paint.
The process takes about 30 minutes.
PCSO Penny Farrow said: 'Security marking helps to prevent thefts, making it harder for criminals to dispose of stolen property.
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'I would also urge anyone who witnesses people acting suspiciously around cars, particularly at sites where several vehicles are kept, to contact police on 101.'
Limited spaces are available and places should be booked by calling 01508 520315.
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