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Bank Robbery Stats - August Edition!


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Dear Citizens,

As another month has come to an end we must yet again reflect on the crime rate in San Andreas, specifically in the area of Bank Robberies.

Over the course of August there were a total of 125 incidents at Banks across San Andreas.

The Intelligence Unit of Homeland Security has been hard at work identifying the major players in these incidents and have discovered that the most likely culprit is @The_Outfit with 21 instances throughout August being attributed to this organisation.

The most succesful crime organisation throughout the month of August was also @The_Outfit with all 21 attempts succeeding.

The organisation with the most amount of failed attempted Bank Robberies was @Grove-Street-Family with the lowest % chance of success going to @CripZ who failed all 4 of their attempted heists and @Royal-Flush who also failed 4 but managed to evade Law Enforcement on one occasion.

For a full breakdown by organization please see below;

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We have also been able to determine the impact on each individual branch.

We can say with certainty that the most commonly attacked bank, for a second month in a row, is the branch located in Roca Escalante, Las Venturas.

This branch was attacked a total of 41 times in August with 35 of those attacks resulting in no suspects apprehended.

Law Enforcement's luck turned up most in Fort Carson, Bone County where we managed to apprehend suspects participating in 2 out of the 3 recorded incidents in August.

Overall the success rate of these incidents has decreased by 6% compared to July. It is now 73.60% likely on average that a bank robbery attempt will succeed.

For a full breakdown please see below;

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These ongoing incidents are continually being monitored and all possible actions are being put in place to ensure the safety of the Citizens of San Andreas.

We will continue to update you on any developments.

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