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A Kenyon based company reported on April 24 that three catalytic converters were taken from two employee vehicles and a company truck parked at the business. The theft is believed to have occurred the early morning hours of April 23 (value: $4,500).

A Goodhue County resident reported on April 25 that two batteries and assorted tools were stolen from a tractor parked near Highway 60 and 10th Avenue in Kenyon Township. The theft occurred sometime on the night of April 24 (value: $220).

A Lake City woman reported on April 27 that her vehicle’s tabs/stickers were stolen. She was unsure when/where they were taken. The tabs were attached to plates in December of 2020.

A Pine Island church reported on April 28 that three catalytic converters were stolen from a church van while it was parked in the church lot. The church is unsure when it occurred as the van had not been used for several months (value: $2,800).  

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