CRIME: This heat map reveals the crime hotspots across the North Burnett  between August 2018 and August 2019
CRIME: This heat map reveals the crime hotspots across the North Burnett between August 2018 and August 2019 Queensland Police Service

REVEALED: Where and when North Burnett crimes are committed

MUNDUBBERA police have been busy over the past month with 15 offences recorded.

This is according to Queensland Police Service data which recorded 39 offences across the North Burnett local government area between July 16 and August 16, 2019.

Crime in other towns were quiet with five offences in Mount Perry, Biggenden and Monto.

Gayndah and Eidsvold police recorded 4 offences in their regions.

The top criminal offence over the past month was drug offences with 12 cases recorded.

This was followed by six traffic offences, six thefts, three assaults and two counts of fraud.

The most number of offences were committed in the morning between 6am and 2pm.

Crime statistics for the past year show other North Burnett towns to also be crime hotspots.

The Gayndah QPS division recorded 169 offences between 16 August 2018 and 16 August 2019.

The majority of these were drug and traffic offences, with 148 offences of these in the Gayndah suburb.

Monto police recorded 95 offences in their region over the year and Mundubbera recorded 88.

Eidsvold saw 56 various offences and 33 offences were recorded in the Mount Perry QPS region.

In comparison, the South Burnett's main town Kingaroy recorded 1455 offences over the same period.

The Christmas period was the most popular over the year for crimes in the North Burnett with 23 recorded during December.

November and March were the quietest months for police with less than seven offences recorded for both months across the entire North Burnett region.