The five streets with the most crime in each town in Cornwall revealed.
Ever wondered which streets are the worst for crime in your town?
They are mostly the town centre streets that suffer from a lot of criminal activities involving shoplifting, and drug and alcohol related antisocial mischief.
Digging a little deeper into the police crimes figures for the first nine months of 2018, has revealed the five streets with the most crime in 8 towns (and city) in Cornwall.
They are: Falmouth, St Austell, Newquay, Penzance, Truro, Redruth, Camborne and Bodmin.
The streets with the most crimes in Falmouth: Market Strand town centre, Market Street, Tresawle Road, High Street and Gyllyngvase Hill.
Pentewan/Trewhiddle Road near retail park, High Cross Street, South Street, Fore Street and Kent Avenue.
Station Approach/Parade town centre, Bank Street, East Street, Bothwicks Road and The Crescent.
Albert Street, Market Jew Street, Old Brewery Yard, Penrose Terrace and The Greenmarket.
The worst residential street is York Street with 33 crimes.
Trelander Highway/North/South/East/Barton, Lemon Quay, St Nicholas Street, Green Street and King Street.
Lemin’s Court, Fore Street, Tolgus Hill, Harmony Close and Alma Place.
Commercial Street, Wesley Street, East Hill, New Connections Street and Cross Street.
The worst residential street is Laity Fields with 30 crimes.
Turf Street, Fore Street, St Mary’s Close, Higher Bore Street, and Berrycombe Road.
Ironically, the Cornwall street with the most crime is right next to a police station.