Crime rose month-on-month in Pembroke, but dropped in Pembroke Dock, the latest figures from Dyfed-Powys Police have revealed.

Overall crime figures reported in Pembroke Dock dropped from 122 in November to 110 in December, while the Pembroke area rose from 59 to 66.

Pembroke Dock saw 24 incidents of antisocial behaviour, down from 29, while Pembroke saw 17, up from nine.

The Pembroke Dock area saw one burglary, down from four; 16 criminal damage and arson, up from 13; four drugs, down from eight; seven other crime, down from three; six other theft; five public order, down from eight; 14 shoplifting, up from 10; and 31 violence and sexual offences, the same as the previous month.

The Pembroke area saw one burglary, down from two; seven criminal damage and arson, the same as the month before; one drugs offence, down from six; other crime rose from three to four; other theft dropped from four to three; zero public order offence, down from two; two shoplifting, the same as the previous month; Theft from the person rose from zero to one; vehicle crime dropped from one to zero; and violence and sexual offences, rose from 28 to 30.

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, 122 in July, 109 in August, 111 in September, 123 in October, 122 in November and 110 in December.

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, 98 in July, 77 in August, 65 in September, 80 in October, 59 in November and 66 in December.

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