Number of larceny thefts reported in the U.S. in 2017, by state

Total number of larceny thefts reported in the United States in 2017, by state

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 29, 2019
Number of larceny thefts reported in the U.S. in 2017, by state This statistic shows the total number of larceny thefts reported in the United States in 2017, by state. In 2017, the federal state of California was ranked first with total 642,033 reported cases of larceny-thefts, followed by Texas with 523,221 cases of larceny-thefts.
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Total number of larceny thefts reported in the United States in 2017, by state

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Number of larceny thefts
California 642,033
Texas 523,221
Florida 395,453
New York 252,143
Georgia 216,661
Ohio 203,208
Illinois 193,157
North Carolina 180,902
Pennsylvania 166,178
Washington 162,511
Arizona 147,830
Tennessee 140,248
Michigan 124,104
Missouri 123,251
Virginia 123,215
Indiana 115,591
South Carolina 115,012
Louisiana 112,485
Colorado 106,809
Alabama 99,842
Maryland 97,420
Minnesota 93,446
Oregon 88,877
Wisconsin 77,735
Massachusetts 73,946
Oklahoma 72,207
Utah 64,892
Kentucky 64,394
Arkansas 63,374
Kansas 59,816
New Mexico 52,617
Mississippi 52,240
Connecticut 47,310
Iowa 46,198
Nevada 45,461
Nebraska 31,988
Hawaii 29,574
District of Columbia 25,333
West Virginia 23,000
Montana 21,018
Idaho 20,278
Delaware 18,138
Alaska 17,775
Maine 16,006
New Hampshire 15,066
Rhode Island 13,861
South Dakota 12,227
North Dakota 11,887
Wyoming 8,232
Vermont 6,912
Number of larceny thefts
California 642,033
Texas 523,221
Florida 395,453
New York 252,143
Georgia 216,661
Ohio 203,208
Illinois 193,157
North Carolina 180,902
Pennsylvania 166,178
Washington 162,511
Arizona 147,830
Tennessee 140,248
Michigan 124,104
Missouri 123,251
Virginia 123,215
Indiana 115,591
South Carolina 115,012
Louisiana 112,485
Colorado 106,809
Alabama 99,842
Maryland 97,420
Minnesota 93,446
Oregon 88,877
Wisconsin 77,735
Massachusetts 73,946
Oklahoma 72,207
Utah 64,892
Kentucky 64,394
Arkansas 63,374
Kansas 59,816
New Mexico 52,617
Mississippi 52,240
Connecticut 47,310
Iowa 46,198
Nevada 45,461
Nebraska 31,988
Hawaii 29,574
District of Columbia 25,333
West Virginia 23,000
Montana 21,018
Idaho 20,278
Delaware 18,138
Alaska 17,775
Maine 16,006
New Hampshire 15,066
Rhode Island 13,861
South Dakota 12,227
North Dakota 11,887
Wyoming 8,232
Vermont 6,912
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 29, 2019
This statistic shows the total number of larceny thefts reported in the United States in 2017, by state. In 2017, the federal state of California was ranked first with total 642,033 reported cases of larceny-thefts, followed by Texas with 523,221 cases of larceny-thefts.
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