Number of Thefts in Capital Edges Higher in 2023

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The number of thefts in Budapest rose 3.7% to 13,419 in 2023, news agency MTI reports, citing an annual report by the police approved by the municipal council on Wednesday.

The number of home burglaries fell 15.6% to 940.

The number of car thefts dropped 8.8% to 103, while the number of car break-ins fell 17.7% to 326.

There were 13 intentional murders in Budapest last year, down from 15 in 2022.

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