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Web Extras - Robeson County Crime Timeline and North Carolina Crime Map

Robeson County Crimeline

See a timeline of all of the most recent deadly crimes in Robeson County:

North Carolina Crime Map

A geographic look at the number of murders in 2012 across North Carolina, including in Robeson County:
WMBF News investigates what's behind the rise in the murder rate in Robeson County, and what's being done to fix it. WMBF News investigates what's behind the rise in the murder rate in Robeson County, and what's being done to fix it.
WMBF News investigators have compiled the available data and created an interactive map detailing the number of murders across North Carolina in 2012. Since that time, the murder rate in Robeson County has skyrocketed, from just 13 in 2012 to 34 in 2014.

View the map above – mobile users, tap here to view the map.


We have also created a comprehensive interactive timeline of the deadly incidents in Robeson County, dating back to 2011. Navigate through the timeline, and click on any item to view the full story on WMBFnews.com

View the timeline above - mobile users, view the timeline here.

Click here to read and watch Theo Hayes's special investigative report: “Robeson County – A Deadly County”

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