Crime marginally down as Glastonbury 2010 heads into its second day

All the latest figures from Worthy Farm

Crime at the 2010 Glastonbury festival is marginally down on last year, organisers have announced as the event enters its second day of music (June 25).

According to police figures there have been 277 crimes reported so far, down by 13 on this stage last year.

The figure includes 156 reported thefts from tents. So far there have been 93 arrests, of which 77 were for possession with intent to supply.


Glastonbury continues today with Muse, Foals, Jamie T and a rumoured ‘surprise’ set from Biffy Clyro.

NME will be coming live from Glastonbury throughout the weekend. Head to NME.COM/glastonbury for the latest festival news.


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