Property Stolen and Recovered
by Type and Value, 2010
[13,573 agencies; 2010 estimated population 261,890,722]
|Type of property||Value of property||
|Currency, notes, etc.||1,154,196,924||37,392,343||3.2|
|Jewelry and precious metals||1,556,364,665||65,166,103||4.2|
|Clothing and furs||278,993,083||32,002,758||11.5|
|Locally stolen motor vehicles||3,970,565,871||2,225,549,279||56.1|
|Televisions, radios, stereos, etc.||955,054,564||39,812,451||4.2|
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Property Stolen and Recovered, by Type and Value, 2010
- In 2010, more than $13 billion ($13,270,998,162) of property was reported stolen nationwide. In terms of the dollar value of stolen property, 21.0 percent of the value of all reported stolen property was recovered.
- Locally stolen motor vehicles, i.e., those stolen within the jurisdiction of the law enforcement agency that submitted the report, accounted for more than $3.9 billion in stolen property.
- Among the types of property stolen, locally stolen motor vehicles had the highest percentage of property value recovered at 56.1 percent. Currency, notes, etc. had the lowest, with 3.2 percent of property value recovered.