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The City With the Most Larceny-Thefts in Every State

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Massachusetts: Springfield
> 2020 larceny-thefts per 100K people: 1,160.0 (Massachusetts: 804.3)
> Total larceny-thefts: 8,050 (Massachusetts: 55,444)
> Property crimes per 100K people: 1,554.5 (Massachusetts: 1,053.2)
> Total property crimes: 10,788 (Massachusetts: 72,602)
> Population: 697,382

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Michigan: Kalamazoo-Portage
> 2020 larceny-thefts per 100K people: 2,311.5 (Michigan: 943.3)
> Total larceny-thefts: 6,144 (Michigan: 94,017)
> Property crimes per 100K people: 3,306.6 (Michigan: 1,360.9)
> Total property crimes: 8,789 (Michigan: 135,633)
> Population: 265,066

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Minnesota: Duluth
> 2020 larceny-thefts per 100K people: 1,896.8 (Minnesota: 1,567.8)
> Total larceny-thefts: 5,455 (Minnesota: 88,696)
> Property crimes per 100K people: 2,407.5 (Minnesota: 2,124.9)
> Total property crimes: 6,924 (Minnesota: 120,212)
> Population: 289,383

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Mississippi: Hattiesburg
> 2020 larceny-thefts per 100K people: 1,601.2 (Mississippi: 1,408.3)
> Total larceny-thefts: 2,705 (Mississippi: 41,780)
> Property crimes per 100K people: 2,215.6 (Mississippi: 2,101.6)
> Total property crimes: 3,743 (Mississippi: 62,351)
> Population: 168,469

*Because Hattiesburg is the only eligible metro in Mississippi, it is the metro with the most larceny-thefts by default.

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Missouri: Joplin
> 2020 larceny-thefts per 100K people: 2,646.4 (Missouri: 1,759.1)
> Total larceny-thefts: 4,761 (Missouri: 108,209)
> Property crimes per 100K people: 3,531.9 (Missouri: 2,531.0)
> Total property crimes: 6,354 (Missouri: 155,698)
> Population: 179,564

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