Last year, we posted about the ten Denver neighborhoods where you're most likely to get your car stolen.
Turns out, thought, that the car theft rates in other counties in Colorado are considerably higher than in the Mile High City.
Indeed, data from FindTheBest.com shows that the counties with the highest incidence of car theft per 1,000 residents are mostly well outside the metro area — although there is one notable exception.
Below, check out the photo-illustrated top ten, featuring FindTheBest.com data. That's followed by an interactive heat map that will give you car-theft rates for the Colorado counties further down the list — and plenty of other data is a click away.
Number 10; Baca County
Vehicle theft rate: 53.1773 PER 100K RESIDENTS
Number 9: Costilla County
Vehicle theft rate: 56.3063 PER 100K RESIDENTS
Number 8: Rio Blanco County
Vehicle theft rate: 59.0842 PER 100K RESIDENTS
Number 7: Kiowa County
Vehicle theft rate: 70.2741 PER 100K RESIDENTS
Number 6: Gilpin County
Vehicle theft rate: 91.2909 PER 100K RESIDENTS
Number 5: Washington County
Vehicle theft rate: 104.254 PER 100K RESIDENTS
Number 4: Adams County
Vehicle theft rate: 111.497 PER 100K RESIDENTS
Number 3: Custer County
Vehicle theft rate: 117.786 PER 100K RESIDENTS
Number 2: San Juan County
Vehicle theft rate: 151.745 PER 100K RESIDENTS
Number 1: Teller County
Vehicle theft rate: 153.845 PER 100K RESIDENTS
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