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North Carolina 2007 Property Crime Rate

2007 Property Crime Rate in Largest Cities


Rank2007 Property Crime Rate
1.CharlotteN/A
2.Raleigh3,476
3.Greensboro6,206
4.DurhamN/A
5.Winston-SalemN/A
6.Fayetteville7,546
7.Cary1,856
8.Wilmington6,081
9.High Point5,787
10.Asheville5,828
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Cities with Lowest 2007 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2007 Property Crime Rate
1.Pinehurst915
2.Cary1,856
3.Black Mountain1,978
4.Morrisville2,100
5.Mint Hill2,164
6.Wake Forest2,440
7.Clayton2,722
8.Kannapolis2,730
9.Huntersville3,184
10.Jacksonville3,264
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Cities with Highest 2007 Property Crime Rate (Population 5,000+)


Rank2007 Property Crime Rate
1.Lumberton12,864
2.Rockingham11,998
3.Henderson10,677
4.Wadesboro9,096
5.Mt. Airy9,044
6.Smithfield9,000
7.Hillsborough8,829
8.Dunn8,469
9.Rocky Mount8,428
10.Forest City8,410
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Cities with Lowest 2007 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2007 Property Crime Rate
1.Whispering Pines327
2.Laurel Park848
3.Pinehurst915
4.Trent Woods951
5.Jefferson1,096
6.Boiling Springs1,167
7.Biltmore Forest1,441
8.Boiling Spring Lakes1,488
9.Maysville1,636
10.Four Oaks1,648
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Cities with Highest 2007 Property Crime Rate (Population 500+)


Rank2007 Property Crime Rate
1.Pineville29,875
2.White Lake19,966
3.Maggie Valley14,815
4.Shallotte14,193
5.Lumberton12,864
6.Rockingham11,998
7.Fairmont11,728
8.Atlantic Beach11,419
9.Weldon11,008
10.Wilkesboro10,993
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