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(Undated)  --  The annual National Insurance Crime Bureau report on car thefts nationwide shows only California ranks higher in the number of auto-theft "hot spots" than Washington state.  The NCIB's 2014 rankings are based on the reported car thefts in metropolitan statistical areas of 50-thousand or more residents.  Spokane-Spokane Valley ranked sixth in the nation, with more than 560 auto thefts per 100-thousand population, while the Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue area was ranked eighth, with 552 car thefts per capita.  The Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro statistical area is ranked 59th in the U.S., with more than 296 auto thefts per capita last year. 

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