There was at least one form of stealing every single day in the borough's main shopping district - ranging from pickpocketing to shoplifting.
In the town centre alone, more than two crimes were reported every single day - that's 71 incidents in August alone.
The Home Office statistics revealed that reported crime is most likely to occur in St Ann's Shopping Centre.
Harrow town centre's most commonly reported crimes based on August 2017 data
'Other theft' - 17 crimes
This category, which includes making off without payment as well as theft by an employee and blackmail, was the most reported crime in August this year.
The hotspots for these crimes, with four reported incidents in each, were St Ann's Shopping Centre and Havelock Place.
Shoplifting - 15 crimes
Keeping up with the theft theme, where were 15 reports of shoplifting in Harrow town centre in August, and again, the crime was most likely to take place in Havelock Place, where four incidents were reported to police.
Violent and sexual - 13 crimes
This category of crime includes offences against the person such as common assaults, grievous bodily harm and sexual offences, and was the third mostly common crime in the town centre in August.
Although the exact location of these crimes was spread out around the town centre, three were reported in St Ann's Shopping centre and it's accompanying car park.
Antisocial Behaviour - 12 crimes
A total of half of all reported antisocial behaviour allegedly took place in College Road in August.
This includes personal, environmental and nuisance anti-ocial behaviour and there were 12 incidents reported in total.
The number of reported cases of antisocial behaviour in August decreased from the previous month, when 23 incidents were reported in July.
Theft from the person - Six crimes
Two thirds of all reports of "theft from the person" in Harrow town centre in August took place in St Anns Shopping Centre.
This includes crimes that involve theft directly from the victim, such as handbag, wallet, cash, mobile phones, but without the use or threat of physical force.
There were six crimes in total, with four of those having been reported in the popular shopping destination.
St Anns Shopping Centre manager, Pieter Strömbeck, said: " Here at St Anns, we’re dedicated to delivering a safe environment for our shoppers and with that have recently been presented with a risk management award on behalf of a police certification scheme, secured environments.
"Some of the crimes reported in the police statistics, have taken place within close proximity to the shopping centre rather than within St Anns itself and we would like to reassure our shoppers that we will continue to provide a secure and enjoyable experience to the people of Harrow."
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