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Nuneaton and Bedworth crime map: How likely are you to be burgled? We've trawled the figures on the police.uk website to give you a snapshot of crime where you live.

Byline: Katy Hallam

If you've ever had someone break into your home, you'll know the long-lasting effect it can have.

It's not just the loss of possessions - some irreplaceable - that will keep you awake.

Just the thought that a stranger has been in your house can make it almost impossible to relax in your own home.

In Nuneaton and Bedworth, the number of burglaries recorded by police in June - the latest figures available - have drastically fallen from the month before.

In May, there were 82 burglaries recorded across Nuneaton and Bedworth, and 54 in June.

We've trawled the figures on the police.uk website to give you a snapshot of what is happening around the towns - including the streets where the burglaries have taken place.

We've also included some advice on how to keep your home safe from thieves.

The area that saw the mostburglariesin June was Nuneaton East, which includes Weddington, Horeston Grange, parts of Whitestone and parts of Attleborough.

There were 13 burglaries recorded there that month.

The area with the least burglaries in June wasNuneatonWest, which covers Stockingford and the south side of Camp Hill.

There was just one burglary recorded in the area in that month.

In May there were just two burglaries recorded in Nuneaton town centre - but that jumped to seven in June.

Two of those were recorded near Newdegate Street and both are currently under investigation.

Another burglary took place or or near the car park at the back of Newdegate Place, but the investigation was closed with no suspect ifentified.

Crime in Nuneaton and Bedworth

One burglary took place on or near Bond Street. Again the investigation was closed with no suspect identified.

Another burglary was reported on or near Powell Way but the police were unable to prosecute the suspect.

Reports of a burglary at or near the Co-operative Food store in the town centre are still being investigated by police.

The final burglary recorded in June was at or near the Ropewalk Shopping Centre. The investigation was completed and no suspect was identified.

There were also fewer burglaries in Nuneaton North, which includes Camp Hill, Galley Common, Tuttle Hill and the south of Chapel End, in June than May.

In June, there were six recorded, and 10 in May.

Three are still under investigation by police; one on or near Mount Pleasant Terrace; one on or near Gorsy Way and one on or near Salisbury Drive.

Investigations into two of the burglaries were completed with no suspect identified.

Police were unable to prosecute the suspect for a further burglary on or near Green Lane.

In Nuneaton South, which includes Bermuda, parts of Attleborough and parts of Whitestone, there were less burglaries in June (10) than the previous month (15).

Two were recorded near at or near the Marston Lane Fields park. Both investigations were closed with no suspect identified.

One burglary was recorded on or near Gold Close and again no suspect was identified.

Another burglary was recorded on or near Upton Drive. No suspect was identified.

There were reports of another burglary on or near Tippett Close, which police are still investigating.

Officers are also still investigating another burglary recorded on or near Dorlecote Place.

No suspect was identified for a burglary on or near Coventry Road.

Investigations are ongoing into a burglary on or near Forest Way, as they are into another burglary on or near Norman Avenue.

The investigation was closed into a burglary on or near Rose Lane after no suspected could be identified.

Burglaries have also fallen in Nuneaton West, which covers Stockingford and the south side of Camp Hill.

Five were recorded in the area in May, but that dropped to only one in June.

It was at or near the Stockingford allotments at the back of Wyclif Way.

The burglary is still under investigation by police.

Burglaries have also fallen in Nuneaton East, which covers Weddington, Horeston Grange, parts of Whitestone and parts of Attleborough.

There were 17 recorded by police in May, falling to 13 in June.

Two burglaries were recorded on or near Queensway. Both are still being investigated.

One was reported on or near Nuneaton Lane but no suspect could be identified.

Another was recorded on or near The Long Shoot but again no suspect was identified.

More crime in Nuneaton and Bedworth

Police are still investigating a burglary on or near Coniston Way, and another at or near the park on Buttermere Avenue.

Another burglary took place on or near Rydal Avenue, but police were unable to prosecute the suspect.

Officers are still investigating a burglary on or near Hammond Close, and another nearby on Kelsey Close.

Another on or near Chartwell Close is also still being investigated, as is one on or near Leam Close and one on or near Aster Close.

There was also another burglary recorded on or near the Nuneaton Borough Football Club ground.

The trend for falling burglaries continues in Bedworth East, which included parts of Exhall, Bulkington and Bramcote.

There were 12 recorded in June, falling from 24 in May.

Two burglaries were reported on or near Marston Lane, but the investigations into both have ended after no suspects were identified.

The investigation into a further five burglaries in the area have also ended with no suspect identified.

Those were in or near the following locations: Queen Street; The Priors; Coventry Road; Saunders Avenue and Larchwood Road.

There are still five burglaries under investigation by police.

Those took place on or near the following locations: Blockley Road; Brindley Road; Leicester Street and two on or near Leicester Court.

There have also been fewer burglaries inBedworthEast, including Mount Pleasant, Ash Green, Bedworth Heath and parts of Exhall, in June than May.

In June, there were five recorded compared to nine in May.

Two are still being investigated by police, on or near Basley Way and on or near Hammersley Street.

Investigations into the other four have ended with no suspect being identified. Those were on or near the following locations: Nuneaton Road; One Stop shop on Smorrall Lane and Le Hanche Close.

Warwickshire Policesay there are simple steps people in Nuneaton and Bedworth can take to protect their homes from burglars.

Most burglaries happen while people are away from their homes.

If you're planning a trip away, the following advice from the force can help keep your home safe.

Get a friend or neighbour to look after your home when you are away, by collecting your post, drawing your curtains at night and generally making the place look lived in. Be prepared to do the same for them. Ask your neighbour to park their vehicle on your empty drive when you are on holiday

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Most burglaries happen while the occupants are away from their homes

The crime map for Nuneaton town centre shows the amount of burglaries that took place there in June. [Credit: police.uk crime map]

The crime map for Nuneaton North shows the amount of burglaries that took place there in June. [Credit: police.uk crime map]

The crime map for Nuneaton South shows the amount of burglaries that took place there in June. [Credit: police.uk crime map]

The crime map for Nuneaton West shows the amount of burglaries that took place there in June. [Credit: police.uk crime map]

The crime map for Nuneaton East shows the amount of burglaries that took place there in June. [Credit: police.uk crime map]

The crime map for Bedworth East shows the amount of burglaries that took place there in June. [Credit: police.uk crime map]

The crime map for Bedworth West shows the amount of burglaries that took place there in June. [Credit: police.uk crime map]

Making sure you keep all windows and doors locked, and fit a chain on the door, can help prevent burglars targeting your home
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