Greenwich police responded to the Transportation Association of Greenwich (TAG) Tuesday morning on a report of damage to numerous TAG vehicles.
Police say sometime during the overnight hours somebody stole the catalytic converters from nine buses rendering them inoperable.
TAG is a not for profit organization which serves seniors 60+ and people of any age that are disabled with dignity and respect by providing specialized transportation to get them to where they need to go.
They also participate in the Feed Greenwich program in partnership with Neighbor to Neighbor by delivering food to over 2,000 Greenwich residents who are struggling with food insecurity during the COVID crisis.
The loss of nine buses has crippled TAG’s operations.
The Greenwich Police Department is assisting TAG and Neighbor to Neighbor by delivering food to those in need, while conducting an investigation into this theft.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Detective Division at (203) 622-8054 or our tip line at (203) 622-3333 or toll free at (800) 372-1176. Tips may also be emailed to [email protected].
For more information on the Transportation Association of Greenwich, what they do, and how to help go to https://www.ridetag.org/.