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Auto Crime

Volume 205: debated on Monday 9 March 1992

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To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many motor vehicles were (a) broken into and (b) stolen, during the latest year for which figures are available in England and Wales.

The available information relates to thefts of and from motor vehicles recorded by the police in England and Wales. Provisional figures for 1991 show that there were 582,267 thefts of a motor vehicle and 913,706 thefts from a motor vehicle. These figures were released earlier today in Home Office statistical bulletin 2/92, a copy of which will be available in the Library shortly.