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Motor Vehicle Theft: Crime and Spatial Analysis in a Non-Urban Region

Motor Vehicle Theft: Crime and Spatial Analysis in a Non-Urban Region

This report presents findings from a 2003 study of vehicle thefts in a four-county region of western North Carolina composed primarily of small towns and unincorporated areas.
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