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Lost crooks asked police for directions

UPI News Service, 01/05/2010 

Police in Connecticut said two thieves were arrested after stopping to ask a police officer for directions back to the highway.

Branford police said Ryan Densmore, 22, of Wallingford, Conn., and Travis McKeaveney, 23, of Middletown, Conn., took eight catalytic converters from the parking lots of a number of automotive businesses in Branford before stopping at about 4 a.m. to ask a police officer for directions to Interstate 91, WTNH-TV, New Haven, Conn., reported Tuesday.

"As the pair drove away, Officer Eula noticed that the rear maker plate of the vehicle Densmore was operating was covered with some sort of material," Sgt. Gregory Watrous said. "The officer became suspicious and stopped the vehicle as it entered I-95."

Watrous said police found the catalytic converters in the car, along with metal cutting saws and blades.

"I knew that we had a group of thieves taking these items, I just figured that that may have been a little better organized and more intelligent," Chief John DeCarlo said. "Some criminals never cease to amaze me."

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