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North Carolina 2004 Property Crime Rate

2004 Property Crime Rate in Largest Cities


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.CharlotteN/A
2.Raleigh3,768
3.Greensboro5,909
4.Durham6,071
5.Winston-Salem6,392
6.Fayetteville7,805
7.Cary2,006
8.Wilmington7,551
9.High Point6,253
10.Asheville7,105
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Cities with Lowest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Pinehurst1,023
2.Cornelius1,065
3.Jacksonville1,192
4.Holly Springs1,435
5.Apex1,622
6.Cary2,006
7.Havelock2,030
8.Kannapolis2,127
9.Black Mountain2,698
10.Boone2,842
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Cities with Highest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Whiteville16,274
2.Wadesboro16,032
3.Lumberton14,760
4.Kinston9,836
5.Henderson9,788
6.Smithfield9,695
7.Gastonia9,304
8.Marion8,903
9.Rocky Mount8,497
10.Forest City8,438
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Cities with Lowest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Whispering Pines277
2.Laurel Park626
3.River Bend691
4.Badin711
5.Pinehurst1,023
6.Drexel1,033
7.Bethel1,053
8.Cornelius1,065
9.Biltmore Forest1,088
10.Jacksonville1,192
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Cities with Highest 2004 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2004 Property Crime Rate
1.Pineville26,494
2.Ocean Isle Beach21,861
3.Whiteville16,274
4.Wadesboro16,032
5.Lumberton14,760
6.White Lake13,483
7.Wilkesboro13,448
8.Atlantic Beach12,867
9.Warsaw12,512
10.Shallotte12,351
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