Crime drops in Honiton
- Credit: Archant
No dwelling burglaries for a second consecutive month.
There have been no burglaries in Honiton for a second consecutive month, according to the latest crime figures.
PCSO Dave Keeler told Honiton Town Council last week that recorded crime in the town had seen a reduction for the period of June 10 to July 7 and was 31 compared to 52 for the same period last year.
He said there had been no property burglaries but there had been one incident of a burglary other.
The town council heard that there had been one theft from a motor vehicle, six other types of thefts, and nine incidents of shop lifting.
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The figures also showed that there were seven criminal damage offences, three assaults, two incidents of public disorder and one drink or drug driving.
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