Glastonbury crime down at 2010 festival

Police statistics for Somerset event show drop in offences

Glastonbury crime down at 2010 festival

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Reported crime levels at Glastonbury festival are down in 2010 compared to 2009, police statistics have revealed.

Statistics released today (June 27), the final day of the 2010 festival, show that there have been 343 reported crimes at the Somerset event so far, compared to 363 by this point last year.

There have been 112 arrests so far, compared to 138 last year. There were 141,666 people in total on site.

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