Number of reported motorcycle thefts in the United States in 2017, by state

U.S.: number of reported motorcycle thefts in 2017, by state This graph shows the number of reported motorcycle thefts in the United States in 2017, by state. In 2017, California had 7,532 motorcycles reported as stolen.
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Number of thefts
California 7,532
Florida 4,323
Texas 3,525
South Carolina 1,732
North Carolina 1,632
New York 1,547
Missouri 1,409
Georgia 1,235
Indiana 1,204
Arizona 1,057
Washington 1,029
Pennsylvania 946
Colorado 937
Tennessee 922
Virginia 901
Massachusetts 879
Maryland 871
Nevada 846
Michigan 758
Ohio 726
New Jersey 716
Louisiana 710
Arkansas 699
Oklahoma 680
Kentucky 677
Oregon 614
Kansas 563
New Mexico 559
Illinois 541
Alabama 532
Connecticut 528
Minnesota 444
Utah 410
Iowa 341
Mississippi 254
Hawaii 215
District Of Columbia 212
Wisconsin 212
West Virginia 188
Nebraska 184
Rhode Island 170
Montana 158
Idaho 123
Alaska 115
Delaware 94
North Dakota 77
New Hampshire 66
Wyoming 61
South Dakota 60
Maine 27
Vermont 27
Number of thefts
California 7,532
Florida 4,323
Texas 3,525
South Carolina 1,732
North Carolina 1,632
New York 1,547
Missouri 1,409
Georgia 1,235
Indiana 1,204
Arizona 1,057
Washington 1,029
Pennsylvania 946
Colorado 937
Tennessee 922
Virginia 901
Massachusetts 879
Maryland 871
Nevada 846
Michigan 758
Ohio 726
New Jersey 716
Louisiana 710
Arkansas 699
Oklahoma 680
Kentucky 677
Oregon 614
Kansas 563
New Mexico 559
Illinois 541
Alabama 532
Connecticut 528
Minnesota 444
Utah 410
Iowa 341
Mississippi 254
Hawaii 215
District Of Columbia 212
Wisconsin 212
West Virginia 188
Nebraska 184
Rhode Island 170
Montana 158
Idaho 123
Alaska 115
Delaware 94
North Dakota 77
New Hampshire 66
Wyoming 61
South Dakota 60
Maine 27
Vermont 27
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This graph shows the number of reported motorcycle thefts in the United States in 2017, by state. In 2017, California had 7,532 motorcycles reported as stolen.
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Release date
April 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
March 1, 2017 to February 28, 2018
Supplementary notes
The reporting period runs from March 1, 2017 to February 28, 2018.

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