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OGDEN, Utah (AP) -- Ogden's police chief says above-average rainfall in June resulted in fewer burglaries within the city.
The number of home burglaries this year in Ogden was the lowest for the month of June over the past three years.
Police Chief Jon Greiner says police receive fewer reports of crime on a cold or rainy day.
According to the National Weather Service, 0.22 inches of rain hit Ogden in June 2007, when police investigated 101 burglary reports. In 2008, there was 2.15 inches of rainfall in June and the number of burglaries fell to 73.
This June saw 2.74 inches of rain in Ogden, and there were 71 burglaries.
Information from: Standard-Examiner
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