The owner of a Spartanburg funeral home said someone stole several catalytic converters from three of their limousines during the weekend, police said.
Michael Glenn, the owner of Michael A. Glenn Funeral Home told Spartanburg Public Safety officers sometime between Thursday and Monday morning, the converters were taken from three Cadillac Federal Coach limousines.
The funeral home is located on Union Street in Spartanburg.
Police said they dusted the vehicles for prints and were investigating the thefts. There was no suspect information included in the police report.
Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 888-CRIME-SC.
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