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Maryland 2007 Property Crime Rate

2007 Property Crime Rate in Largest Cities


Rank2007 Property Crime Rate
1.Baltimore4,796
2.ColumbiaN/A
3.Silver SpringN/A
4.DundalkN/A
5.Frederick3,024
6.GaithersburgN/A
7.Wheaton-GlenmontN/A
8.RockvilleN/A
9.Ellicott CityN/A
10.GermantownN/A
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Cities with Lowest 2007 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2007 Property Crime Rate
1.Glenarden599
2.Thurmont903
3.Ocean Pines1,464
4.Brunswick1,496
5.La Plata2,145
6.Taneytown2,205
7.Hampstead2,475
8.Frostburg2,638
9.New Carrollton2,753
10.Frederick3,024
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Cities with Highest 2007 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2007 Property Crime Rate
1.Ocean City18,487
2.Hyattsville11,358
3.Salisbury8,620
4.Bladensburg7,542
5.Elkton7,191
6.Cumberland6,130
7.Cambridge6,116
8.Riverdale Park5,635
9.Greenbelt5,297
10.Laurel5,207
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Cities with Lowest 2007 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2007 Property Crime Rate
1.Lonaconing88
2.Glenarden599
3.Boonsboro730
4.Thurmont903
5.Sykesville978
6.Oxford1,088
7.Capitol Heights1,104
8.Hancock1,336
9.Smithsburg1,386
10.Ocean Pines1,464
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Cities with Highest 2007 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2007 Property Crime Rate
1.Ocean City18,487
2.Hyattsville11,358
3.Salisbury8,620
4.Bladensburg7,542
5.Elkton7,191
6.Federalsburg6,838
7.Pocomoke City6,290
8.Cumberland6,130
9.Cambridge6,116
10.Edmonston5,720
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