Selly Oak is one of Brum’s biggest burglary hotspots
It’s not looking good for Teignmouth Road
Teignmouth Road has been uncovered as one of Birmingham’s burglary hotspots. Birmingham Mail’s analysis of crime data has revealed that there have been 14 burglaries of properties near or on Teignmouth Road between July 2015 and June 2016.
While an area near Mapperley Gardens is Birmingham’s top burglary hotspot, Teignmouth Road came in a close second.
You can now check how prone to burglary your area is with the Birmingham Mail’s new, unique gadget.
You can easily discover if your area is likely to be burgled by typing in your postcode in the gadget, which will inform you on how many burglaries took place in the past year. The gadget also allows you to compare this statistic with that of the previous year to conclude whether burglary is improving or decreasing in your community.
The exact locations of burglaries have not been exposed by the police in order to protect the identities of victims.
TOP BURGLARY HOTSPOTS:
Burglaries (July 2015 – June 2016)
|On or near Fens Crescent||15||Dudley|
|On or near Mapperley Gardens||15||Birmingham|
|On or near Shopping Area||14||Wolverhampton|
|On or near Teignmouth Road||14||Birmingham|
|On or near Danescourt Road||13||Wolverhampton|
|On or near Further/Higher Educational Building||13||Birmingham|
|On or near Beeches Road Passage||12||Sandwell|
|On or near Shopping Area||12||Dudley|
|On or near Bagot Street||12||Birmingham|