x
Breaking News
More () »

Denver gives final approval to catalytic converter sale reporting system

Anytime someone sells a catalytic converter to a scrap yard or auto parts shop in Denver, the shop must provide the city with the seller's ID within a day.

DENVER — Denver City Council unanimously passed on final reading a bill intended to work in conjunction with state legislation targeting catalytic converter theft.

Anytime someone sells a catalytic converter to a scrap yard or an auto parts shop in Denver, the shop owner must now provide the city with the seller’s identification — including a car license plate and ID — within one business day.

New state laws already require the shops to collect the information — Denver just took it a step further so police can watch for any patterns among sales, supporters said.

> Read the full story at DenverGazette.com.

RELATED: City council members hope proposal will reduce catalytic converter thefts in Denver

RELATED: CSP offers free catalytic converter etching for Coloradans

 SUGGESTED VIDEOS: Latest from 9NEWS

Watch more from 9NEWS on the free 9NEWS+ app for Roku and Fire TV. 

9NEWS+ has multiple live daily shows including 9NEWS Mornings, Next with Kyle Clark and 9NEWS+ Daily, an original streaming program. 9NEWS+ is where you can watch live breaking news, weather updates, and press conferences. You can also replay recent newscasts and find videos on demand of our top stories, local politics, investigations and Colorado specific features. 

To download 9NEWS+ on Roku search for KUSA.  

To download 9NEWS+ on Fire TV search for 9NEWS. 

RELATED: Watch 9NEWS for free on ROKU, Apple TV, Fire TV 

Paid Advertisement

Before You Leave, Check This Out