Stolen Catalytic Converters Found at Shop

Nov. 30, 2022

More than 100 stolen catalytic converters, valued at around $30,000, were found at the shop during a search. 

Nov. 30, 2022—Authorities in Lincoln, Nebraska, found a large number of stolen catalytic converters at a local repair shop.

Investigators told KLKN that shop owner Victor Popov is the subject of an investigation around the business, Victory Auto. More than 100 stolen catalytic converters, valued at around $30,000, were found at the shop during a search. 

Popov was already jailed on unrelated charges, the news station reported.

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