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Lowest recorded crime figures

09:53 04 December 2012

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Lowest crime rates for more than six years.

Police have recorded the lowest crime rates for a single month in the Honiton rural area for more than six years.

The overall recorded crime for the month of November dropped from 14 in 2011 to only 3 in 2012.

Figures included a dwelling burglary in Awliscombe where entry was forced at a property whilst the occupants were out and jewellery stolen.

A motor vehicle was stolen in Offwell after it was left overnight in a lay-by on the A35 and there was an incident of theft in Yarcombe where a quantity of confectionary was stolen from commercial premises.

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