New Mexico ranks 4th in vehicle thefts
New Mexico ranks 4th in vehicle thefts – New Mexico ranks 4th in the United States for vehicle thefts, according to data from the National Insurance Crime Bureau. The state’s high rate of vehicle thefts is a concern for residents and law enforcement officials. New Mexico’s vehicle theft rate has been consistently high for several years, and efforts to address the issue include increased law enforcement patrols and community awareness campaigns. The state’s ranking highlights the importance of taking precautions to protect vehicles, such as using steering wheel locks, installing car alarms, and parking in well-lit areas. New Mexico residents are encouraged to be vigilant and secure their vehicles to decrease the likelihood of theft.
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