Here’s what police, car dealers recommend to deter catalytic converter theft

A mechanic at Courtesy Chevrolet in Phoenix applies acid to a Safecat sticker on July 20, 2022. The acid will eat into the metal through the perforations in the sticker, etching the code onto the catalytic converter. (Photo by Troy Hill/Cronkite News)

A mechanic at Courtesy Chevrolet in Phoenix applies acid to a Safecat sticker on July 20, 2022. The acid will eat into the metal through the perforations in the sticker, etching the code onto the catalytic converter. (Photo by Troy Hill/Cronkite News)

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