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North Carolina 2005 Property Crime Rate

2005 Property Crime Rate in Largest Cities


Rank2005 Property Crime Rate
1.CharlotteN/A
2.Raleigh3,773
3.Greensboro6,100
4.Durham5,869
5.Winston-Salem6,224
6.Fayetteville8,287
7.Cary1,907
8.Wilmington6,915
9.High Point6,310
10.Asheville7,358
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Cities with Lowest 2005 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2005 Property Crime Rate
1.Davidson955
2.Jacksonville1,087
3.Pinehurst1,100
4.Holly Springs1,289
5.Cornelius1,794
6.Apex1,849
7.Cary1,907
8.Black Mountain2,175
9.Havelock2,287
10.Mint Hill2,290
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Cities with Highest 2005 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2005 Property Crime Rate
1.Whiteville16,024
2.Lumberton13,905
3.Kinston9,936
4.Hendersonville9,572
5.Rockingham9,559
6.Wadesboro9,267
7.Henderson9,150
8.Gastonia8,916
9.Williamston8,766
10.Forest City8,714
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Cities with Lowest 2005 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2005 Property Crime Rate
1.River Bend105
2.Walnut Creek347
3.Jefferson552
4.Laurel Park761
5.Trent Woods824
6.Davidson955
7.Jacksonville1,087
8.Pinehurst1,100
9.Biltmore Forest1,198
10.Boiling Springs1,226
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Cities with Highest 2005 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2005 Property Crime Rate
1.Ocean Isle Beach34,012
2.Pineville26,782
3.Whiteville16,024
4.White Lake15,596
5.Lumberton13,905
6.Biscoe12,371
7.Wilkesboro12,016
8.Cleveland12,005
9.Holly Ridge11,816
10.Nags Head11,770
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