The D&D Daily's Publicly Reported
2017 Robbery & Burglary Report

Retail Robberies & Burglaries Down 5% From 2016
Up 15% From Q3 to Q4 2017

California Saw Most Incidents in 2017 - Houston Remains Top City
C-Stores & Dollar Stores Most Victimized


Yearly
& Quarterly Comparison
2016 vs. 2017

While 2017 showed an overall drop (5%) coming off of a record 2016, the end of the year shows that robbery and burglary incidents are beginning to pick up (15% spike in Q4). Will that trend continue into 2018?


Robberies & Burglaries by Store Type

Of the top 15 retail locations with the highest number of robberies & burglaries in 2017, the graph below shows, by percentage, which store category they fall under. Convenience stores and Dollar Stores make up roughly two-thirds of all incidents.


Suspects by Gender

*Started tracking in Q2
 

Armed vs. Unarmed

*Started tracking in Q2


Robberies & Burglaries by Weekday

Sunday, Monday & Tuesday top list - Friday, pay day, remains lowest



*Started tracking weekday in Q2 - Not all incidents reported a weekday
 

Robberies & Burglaries by Time of Day


*Started tracking time in Q2 - Not all incidents reported a time


Robberies & Burglaries by State

  Q1 Highest:
1. California (125)
2. Texas (103)
3. Ohio (88)
4. Pennsylvania (77)
5. Florida (74)
Q2 Highest:
1. California (106)
2. Florida (86)
3. Texas (84)
4. Ohio (73)
5. Pennsylvania (69)
Q3 Highest:
1. California (137)
2. Florida (100)
3. Texas (79)
4. Ohio (56)
5. Georgia (50)
Q4 Highest:
1. California (138)
2. Texas (96)
3. Ohio (90)
4. Pennsylvania (79)
5. Florida (73)

Robberies & Burglaries by City

  Q4 Highest:
1. Chicago, IL (15)
2. Houston, TX (14)
3. Tulsa, OK (13)
4. Omaha, NE (12)
5. San Diego, CA (11) 

Q3 Highest:

1. Columbus, OH (17)
2. Colorado Springs, CO (14)
3. Las Vegas, NV (14)
4. Tampa, FL (14)
5. New Orleans, LA (12) 

Q2 Highest:

1. Tulsa, OK (21)
2. Houston, TX (17)
3. Colorado Springs, CO (16)
4. Columbus, OH (15)
5. Cleveland, OH (14)

Q1 Highest:
1. Houston, TX (23)
2. Shreveport, LA (19)
3. Tulsa, OK (17)
4. Colorado Springs, CO (15)
5. Oklahoma City, OK (12)
2017 Top Cities



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Methodology:
The Daily collects this retail store specific information from public news media sources throughout the United States and reports it daily in our Retail Crime column. We do not survey any retailers or third parties nor collect information from any retail executive. All of this information is available through public news media outlets. We do not claim nor does it represent all such incidents or deaths that may occur in retail locations or retail corporate facilities as many may not be reported in the news media depending on a number of variables outside of our control. We are not responsible for the accuracy of the information reported in the various news media outlets. We do not name any retailer, retail executive, suspect, or victim.

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