Ross County Sheriff posts photo of catalytic converter thieves

ROSS – The Ross County Humane Society reports that it has lost property after thieves stole parts from their vehicles.

According to Ross County, Humane Society “At 1:00 am on Friday 12/20/21, one or more people operated the catalytic converters from two GMC trucks that were parked in our parking lot.

“We know times are tough, but they are tough on all of us and now we only have one dog ranger truck until new parts can be ordered. This means that picking up lost calls and other calls will be delayed. Please be patient as they are having their trucks repaired just before a long holiday weekend. If you know someone who drives an older model 2-door, Ford Explorer like the one in the photo who may or may not have borrowed our property, we would like to know their identity and thank them for taking this issue out of our hands.

Stop stealing from kids, Santa knows when you are mean. You can call the shelter, Ross County Dog Warden, or Ross County Sheriff Dept with full details to help us locate these people.

Ross Sheriff is asking the community to help identify the vehicle and information on the prospective driver is requested to call Captain Max Adair at 740-773-1185.

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