BRADFORD’S worst areas for car crime over the last six months have been revealed through a new crime map.

The map, put together by Co-op Insurance, uses data from the Home Office to map out every incident of car crime in the district in the past six months.

The data reveals more than 1,300 incidents of car crime occurred in the district over the period, more than 200 a month – more than seven crimes a day.

The Eccleshill and Ravenscliffe estate area comes out on top as the biggest hotspot for car crime, with 55 offences reported in the past six months.

It is followed by Bradford Moor, where there were 54 offences, Great Horton which saw 53 offences and Scholemoor where 50 cases of car crime occurred.

The area around Ravenscliffe Avenue and Thackeray Road is the worst hit part of the estate with ten offences, while the area around Chapel Street in Eccleshill has seen 13 offences.

Around Bradford Moor and Thornbury, Leeds Old Road saw eight offences, Dick Lane was hit by seven. Along Leeds Road, there were around 30 offences along the length of the busy stretch.

In Great Horton, Beldon Road saw 12 offences, while 24 offences took place in and around Moore Avenue. There were also 20 offences in the Canterbury estate.

Around Scholemoor, 17 offences took place around Legrams Lane.

In the city centre, Little Germany was hit by nine offences, there were eight offences around Forster Square Retail Park, and seven along Thornton Road in the city centre.

Out in the district, Shipley and Saltaire saw around 40 offences in total, while in Bingley there were around 20 offences.

Across the whole of Keighley there were almost 70 offences, while Ilkley saw 24 offences.

You can view the whole map and see how many incidents occurred in your street here.