Increased Crime In Reykjavík Area

Published February 15, 2013

Reykjavík Police have seen a spike in reported burglary, theft and vandalism in the capital area today, Vísir reports.
One burglary was reported from a store in Kópavogur around 11 this morning; at noon the police received a call about theft and property damage in an underground garage in Reykjavík; and just two hours later theft was reported from a dressing room at a Reykjavík elementary school.
These events rounded out a day that began with a robbery at a shop in Hafnarfjörður, a burglary at a home in Reykjavík, and reported vandalism of a Kópavogur home.
Let’s all just love each other this weekend, people.



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