The latest police crime map reveals the areas in and around Bristol worst-hit by burglaries in March.
The Home Office’s police.uk website lists more than 100 offences of this type from around the city that month.
Burglary is defined by law as trespassing in a building and stealing, inflicting GBH or doing unlawful damage.
Attempting to do any of those things while trespassing also constitutes burglary.
Here are Bristol’s burglary hotspots from March:
The part of Bristol worst-hit was Horfield, which saw 18 reports in total.
Four of those were in the area near where Filton Avenue meets Gloucester Road. And three reports came from near where Filton Avenue meets Camborne Road.
Other Horfield roads hit by burglaries include Wellington Hill and Beverley Road.
Old City Docks
The Old City Docks police ward, which covers much of the city centre, was home to 16 reported burglaries.
Three of those were near Clare Street and two near Farr’s Lane.
Among the other streets targeted in Old City Docks were Corn Street, Broad Quay and King Street.
Kingswood and Woodstock
Kingswood and Woodstock saw a total of 16 burglary reports in March.
These included three near The Park and two near Elberton.
Also affected were Holly Hill Road, Fisher Avenue and Oakridge Close.
Staple Hill and New Cheltenham
In the Staple Hill and New Cheltenham police ward, there were 15 reports of burglaries.
These were evenly spread across the area, with no street being targeted more than once.
Two streets off Gloucester Road were affected – Eastleigh Close and Crossfield Road.
And two streets off Pendennis Road were targeted – Pleasant Road and Haynes Lane.
Other police wards
The other police wards with relatively high numbers of burglary reports were Redland, Southville, Hanham and Longwell Green. Each of those areas saw 13 reported offences.
The least-targeted ward was Redcliffe and Temple, with only one reported burglary.
The University of the West of England area saw just two, as did Stoke Gifford.