The number of reported crimes in Wiltshire has increased this summer compared to last, even though we are still a nation under coronavirus restrictions.

In comparison to the same period last year, overall crime reports in the county have increased from 5,877 in 2019 to 6,633 in 2020, according to the latest police statistics.

Anti-social behaviour, violence and sexual offences and criminal damage and arson remained the highest reported crimes.

The graph below shows how many crimes were reported in June and July 2020 compared to the same period last year.

From the data, it is clear to see that shoplifting has seen a dramatic decrease of more than 50 per cent. This could be a direct result of Covid shopping restrictions and fewer people frequenting stores in the county.

Reports of bicycle theft has also decreased, this is potentially due to many more people working from home and therefore not cycling to work.

The number of reported violence and sexual offences has maintained at a high rate with a slight increase of just over 100 compared to last year.

Meanwhile, reports falling under public order have increased by nearly 20 per cent.

This could be due to pubs and bars opening again in July and the government relaxing some lockdown regulations.

The number of robberies and drug-related offences remained low but did see a slight increase in comparison to last year.

Search through the table below to find how many crimes were reported on your street during summer, this June and July.

Have you been affected by the rise in reported crime? Let us know in the comments.