The blitzkrieg of paintballs was unleashed on catalytic converter thieves who were eventually caught. Unsuspecting thieves were trying to steal catalytic conversions from cars in front of a California house. A family launched a paintball assault.
Two men tried to steal the catalytic converters of two trucks that were parked in front of a Turlock home. According to Turlock Police Department spokesperson, Sgt. Mike Parmley.
An alarm sounding in the car’s dashboard briefly. However, the men get back under the vehicle when the noise ceases.
Family members became aware of the attempted theft and set out to destroy the thieves with a paintball bombardment.
Surveillance footage shows two men under the SUV trying to remove the catalytic convertor. The garage suddenly booms with the sound of paintball guns firing at the suspected thieves.
As paintballs were hurled at them, the suspected thieves fled from the driveway.
Two shoeless and shirtless men pursue the suspected thieves using their paintball guns. The catalytic converter thieves ran to a red car driven by a third suspect.
“A frustrated resident of the house is captured on home surveillance…”