4,221 vehicles were stolen in Sinaloa in 2019

Choix was the municipality that had ‘white balance’ with zero vehicle theft throughout the year

In Sinaloa this 2019 4,221 vehicles were stolen, of which only 944 were recovered, that is, 22%.

Only in Culiacán were stolen 2,481 units of all brands, colors, and models, both oldies and cars of the year.

In the capital of Sinaloa, between 6 and 10 vehicles are registered daily, more than 200 per month.

The month with the highest incidence in Culiacán was January with 268 robberies, while December closed with 170.

From Culiacán, Mazatlan follows with the theft of 593 vehicles and then Ahome with 482.

Choix was the municipality that had “white balance” with zero vehicle theft throughout the year.

The 4,221 vehicles of 2019 are less in a comparison with 2018 when 5,843 were stolen.

Vehicle theft number 2019:

• January: 437

• February: 401

• March: 390

• April: 349

• May: 385

• June: 361

• July: 345

• August: 294

• September: 269

• October: 383

• November: 319

• December: 288

Total: 4,221

Source: linea directa

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