Burglary in Bückeburg today: What happened today? Read the daily reports from the local police in your region here on news.de, today with an updated blue light report broadcast by the Nienburg Police Inspectorate.
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Buckeburg (ots) –
From Tuesday to Wednesday, unknown persons broke into the gym on Vehlener Straße in Obernkirchen.
After assessing the situation, the thieves climbed a fence to enter the property and then broke a window to gain entry to the studio.
After searching the premises, the perpetrators stole a small amount of triple-digit cash.
Witness references to that Stole will be accepted by the Bückeburg police, Tel.: 05722/95930.
This report was sent on August 4, 2022 at 8:13 am by the Nienburg Police Inspectorate.
Crime Statistics on Home Burglaries in the Schaumburg District
According to the police crime statistics (PKS) of the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA), in the district foam city in the year 2020 all in all 141 offenses in relation to home theft, while 39% of the cases were attempts. the settlement fee was listed in 2020 19.1%. The total of 35 suspects included 6 women and 29 men. 22.9% of suspects are of non-German origin.
|years||number of suspects|
|21 to 25||3|
|25 to 30||5|
|30 to 40||9|
|40 to 50||5|
|50 to 60||two|
For the year 2019, the BKA police crime statistics announced 128 recorded robbery cases in the Schaumburg district, the resolution rate here was 15.6%.
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