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NICB Releases Annual Holiday Theft Report

 

New data released by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) shows a total of 22,770 vehicles were reported stolen on the 11 holidays in 2017 covered in the report. NICB theft data is pulled from the National Crime Information Center’s (NCIC) stolen vehicle file. New Year’s Day tallied the most holiday thefts with 2,469. It was followed, in descending order, by President’s Day (2,312), Halloween (2,297), Memorial Day (2,290) and Labor Day (2,180).

  1. New Year’s Day (2,469)
  2. Presidents’ Day (2,312)
  3. Halloween (2,297)
  4. Memorial Day (2,290)
  5. Labor Day (2,180)
  6. Valentine’s Day (2,169)
  7. Independence Day (2,124)
  8. New Year’s Eve (1,962)
  9. Christmas Eve (1,737)
  10. Thanksgiving (1,682)
  11. Christmas Day (1,548)

California was the No. 1 state with the most holiday vehicle thefts in 2017 with 5,142. It was followed by, in descending order, Texas (1,988), Florida (1,396), Washington (819) and Georgia (812).

Halloween, the No. 1 holiday for vehicle thefts in the last report, falls to number three in the new report.

Read the complete report here.