Three men have been arrested for allegedly stealing catalytic converters from a business in Braintree, Massachusetts.
Braintree police responded to multiple alarm calls from a business in Wood Rd. at around 11 p.m.
As they were looking for the suspects, police say they found six catalytic converter in a pile next to a fenced area.
The suspects were found in a wooded area and a sawzall was discovered around the same area, according to authorities.
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The three men were identified as 22-year-old Alberto Rivera, of Cranston, Rhode Island, 23-year-old Kuron Mitchell, of Providence, and 32-year-old Richard Robinson, of Providence.
The men were charged with trespassing, larceny over $1200, 3 counts of malicious damage to a motor vehicle, and possession of a burglarious tool.
The investigation on the thefts is ongoing.