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Catalytic Converter ‘Indomie’ Thief Kills Lagos Resident For Raising The Alarm

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Catalytic Converter 'Indomie' Thief Kills Lagos Resident For Raising The Alarm - autojosh

Suspected Catalytic Converter “Indomie’ thief reportedly kills Lagos residents for raising the alarm.

Catalytic Converter are easy targets for Nigerian mechanics and panel beaters, who steal them from unwary customers.

It contains precious metals that help turns the hazardous exhaust gasses emitted by an engine into less toxic pollutants.

Catalytic Converter 'Indomie' Thief Kills Lagos Resident For Raising The Alarm - autojosh





Policemen attached to the Orile Police Division in Lagos State have reportedly arrested a suspected Catalytic Converter, John Amaechi, for allegedly stabbing a resident, Peter Onyeanusi, to death.

Punch Metro reports that the incident happened around 7 pm on February 2, 2023, on Adeoye Street, in the Aguda area of Surulere, Lagos State.

Peter was reportedly stabbed when he raised alarm after seeing the suspect loosening a car silencer and trying to steal a Catalytic converter.

Catalytic Converter 'Indomie' Thief Kills Lagos Resident For Raising The Alarm - autojosh

Catalytic converter

Catalytic converter, popularly known as here as Indomie, are easy targets for car thieves as well as Nigerian mechanics and panel beaters, who steal them from unwary customers.

Found inside the car exhaust system, catalytic converter contains precious metals that help turns the hazardous exhaust gasses emitted by an engine into less toxic pollutants.

These precious metals, now worth 20 times more than gold, help to turn harmful car emissions like carbon monoxide (CO) and other gases into steam.









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