There were 1,325 financial institution crimes reported during the third quarter of 2010, up from 1,146 crimes reported during the second quarter, the Federal Bureau of Investigation reports—a 15.6% increase.
This includes 1,310 robberies, 13 burglaries, two larcenies, and six extortions of financial institutions reported between July 1, 2010 and Sept. 30, 2010.
There was far more crime at commercial banks (1,183 robberies, 10 burglaries, and two larcenies) than at credit unions (90 robberies and one burglary) during this period. Credit unions reported 85 robberies and one burglary during the second quarter.
Savings and loan associations suffered 25 robberies and mutual savings banks experienced 11 robberies and two burglaries.
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