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Catalytic converters stolen from Norwalk nonprofit that helps fight childhood hunger

Filling in the Blanks in Norwalk says four catalytic converters were stolen from two of their vehicles.

News 12 Staff

Jan 11, 2023, 5:32 PM

Updated 529 days ago


Catalytic converters were stolen from vehicles belonging to a nonprofit that help fights childhood hunger.
Filling in the Blanks in Norwalk delivers meals to 100 locations across Fairfield and Westchester counties, so thousands of kids in need have something.
A driver says they noticed that four catalytic converters were stolen from two trucks Monday morning.
Co-founders Shawnee Knight and Tina Kramer say they managed to put a temporary pipe connecting two parts so that the trucks can operate.
A local moving company even helped out by loaning the nonprofit another truck so it can deliver food.
While the temporary fixes will allow Filling in the Blanks to continue on its mission to fight childhood hunger, the co-founders say it sets them back financially.
While police investigate, the co-founders say they will be upping security.

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