Increase in crime feared as unemployed start losing benefits
There are fears of a surge in crime by Estonians this autumn and winter when the unemployment compensation for those who lost their jobs in the early part of this year starts running out.
The number of robberies in Estonia had risen by 11 per cent by the end of the summer compared with last year’s figures.
The number of crimes committed in Finland by Estonian citizens has also grown.
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