RECENT crime figures in Pembroke and the surrounding areas and Pembroke Dock have seen an increase month-on-month, the latest figures from Dyfed-Powys Police have revealed.

Crime figures reported in Pembroke Dock increased month-on-month, from 104 in June to 122 in July, while the Pembroke area increased from 96 in June to 98 in July.

Pembroke Dock saw incidents of antisocial behaviour stay the same with 50 incidents in June and July, while Pembroke increased from 38 to 44.

Offences recorded in Pembroke in July included zero bicycle thefts, down from two the month before; zero burglaries, down from one; 11 criminal damage and arson, the same as July; one drugs, down from three; five other theft, up from two; three other crime, up from one; four public order offence; one vehicle crime; and 29 violence and sexual offences, down from 32.

The Pembroke dock area saw one bicycle theft; five burglary offences, up from two; seven criminal damage and arson, down from 12; four drugs, two other crimes; 10 other theft, up from five; and 32 violence and sexual offences, up from 32.

Details of the Pembroke Dock crime figures may be found here.

The Pembroke area details may be found here.

The trend over 2017 and 2018, based on the latest figures, shows Pembroke Dock crime figures at 112 in October 2017, 110 In November, 103 December, 140 in January 2018, 95 in February, 125 in March, 118 in April, 126 in May, 104 in June and 122 in July.

Pembroke and the surrounding area saw recorded figures of 96 in October 2017, 78 in November, 53 in December, 69 in January 2018, 83 in February, 94 in March, 93 in April, 83 in May, 96 in June and 98 in July.

All the latest crime figures are provided by the website.