According to the statistics collected by the police, the number of crimes involving the theft of expensive vehicles has risen.
According to data provided by the New York City Police Department, there were 5,420 occurrences of Grand Larceny Auto as of June 5, which represents a 51.1 percent increase over the previous year’s total of 3,587 cases on the same day.
This category saw one of the most notable rises in the most recent crime data, which covered the period from May 30 to June 5 and covered the period from May 30 to June 5. When compared to the same period the previous year, the number of instances of grand larceny that were recorded to the NYPD increased by 50,1 percent, going from 20,659 events to 13,713 incidences as of June 5.
This year has seen an increase in overall transit crime that is 53.6 percent higher than last year.
According to the research, 2,200 of the 5,420 autos that were taken were stolen as a result of drivers who left their vehicles running or unlocked, most of the time with the keys or key fobs still inside the vehicles. This was stated by the New York Daily News. To put it another way, nearly four out of every ten instances of vehicle theft could have been prevented if appropriate safety measures had been followed.