There has been a rash of thefts of catalytic converters, most from new cars at dealerships, in these parts.
The most popular target are those out-sized monsters, Toyota Tundras, because it’s easy to get under them:
The security guard heard clanking in the back parking lot. She yelled that she was calling the police, and a man ran away. He left behind 13 catalytic converters under a row of Tundras, according to Josh Hamilton, the dealership manager.
Hamilton speculated that the man may have unbolted the parts with a power drill or a ratchet set. The parts were intact and placed, rather than dropped, on the ground, he said.
My advice would be trade in your Tundra for something that needs only one parking space, like a small Winnebago.