On Monday, August 30, 2021, at approximately 1529 hours, Lower Moreland Twp Police responded to Kent Road for a report of suspicious activity. Witnesses reported a dark-colored sedan, possibly an Audi, parked near a Toyota. The males had exited the sedan and lifted the Prius with a jack. Witnesses heard noises which sounded like a saw and then observed three males return to the sedan with the jack and another item that they placed in the trunk of the sedan before leaving the area.
After further investigation, the catalytic converter had been cut from the Toyota Prius. (A catalytic converter is a part of a vehicle's exhaust system and is used to control emissions. Catalytic converters are targeted by thieves for their high scrap metal value.) The owner of the vehicle indicated the vehicle worked properly prior to this incident and did not give permission to anyone to remove the catalytic converter.
While processing the vehicle, a latent palm print was lifted off the passenger side door. Pennsylvania State Police Labs revealed the palm print belonged to Nazair Robbins. An arrest warrant was subsequently obtained.
On Friday, November 19th, Nazair Robbins was picked up from Delaware County Prison, where he was being held on unrelated charges, and brought to LMPD for the listed charges.