Special Report

American Cities With the Most Property Crime in Every State

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26. Montana: Helena
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 5,310.7 (state: 2,496.3)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 1,694 (6.4% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 184 (5.6% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 136 (4.9% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 15.7%

27. Nebraska: North Platte
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 4,231.5 (state: 2,079.9)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 1,006 (2.5% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 193 (3.7% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 71 (1.5% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 15.3%

28. Nevada: Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 2,838.3 (state: 2,438.2)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 46,673 (63.1% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 11,968 (67.5% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 7,949 (66.8% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 15.8%

29. New Hampshire: Rochester
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 2,914.7 (state: 1,248.5)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 902 (5.3% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 82 (4.4% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 45 (5.2% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 12.0%

30. New Jersey: Millville
> 2018 property crimes per 100,000 people: 4,371.9 (state: 1,404.9)
> Number of property crimes in 2018: 1,217 (1.0% of state total)
> Burglaries in 2018: 149 (0.8% of state total)
> Vehicle thefts in 2018: 27 (0.2% of state total)
> Poverty rate: 19.2%

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