California cities lead nation in car theft

June 27, 2014
Stolen cars often turn up in bits and pieces. (Korea Times file)

Stolen cars often turn up in bits and pieces. (Korea Times file)

Nine out of 10 cities in the United States with the most vehicle thefts are in California, according to a National Insurance Crime Bureau report Thursday.

In the ranking of hotspots for the most average thefts in 2013, Bakersfield was No. 1, with a rate of 725.24 thefts out of 100,000.

Bakersfield was followed by Fresno, Modesto, San Francisco, Stockton-Lodi and Redding.

Only Spokane, Wash., No. 7 on the list, was a non-Californian city.

Vallejo, San Jose and Yuba City rounded out the hotspots list.

According to the NICB, 176,745 cars were stolen in California last year, the highest of any state.

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