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DENVER — A study by RoadSnacks.net ranked the most dangerous cities in Colorado.

RoadSnacks looked three years of reporting from the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report, which comprises the number of property crimes and violent crimes in each city per year.

Violent crimes are defined as rapes, murders, robberies and aggravated assaults.

Cities with a population of 5,000 people or more as of 2013 were analyzed, and there was a heavier emphasis on 2013 reporting numbers.

10. Glenwood Springs

Glenwood Springs

Glenwood Springs

Population: 9,715
Violent crime rank: 19
Property crime rank: 6

9. Canon City

Canon City. (Photo: Canoncity.com)

Canon City. (Photo: Canoncity.com)

Population: 16,474
Violent Crime Rank: 4
Property Crime Rank: 18

8. Denver

Denver

Denver

Population: 648,981
Violent crime rank: 2
Property crime rank: 16

7. Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs (Photo: Thinkstock)

Colorado Springs (Photo: Thinkstock)

Population: 436,108
Violent crime rank: 6
Property crime rank: 11

6. Grand Junction

Grand Junction (Photo: Thinkstock)

Grand Junction (Photo: Thinkstock)

Population: 60,167
Violent crime rank: 8
Property crime rank: 9

5. Sheridan

Sheridan

Sheridan

Population: 5,880
Violent crime rank: 16
Property crime rank: 1

4. Lakewood

Lakewood.

Lakewood.

Population: 146,298
Violent crime rank: 7
Property crime rank: 7

3. Vail

Vail. (Photo: Thinkstock)

Vail. (Photo: Thinkstock)

Population: 5,241
Violent Crime Rank: 11
Property Crime Rank: 3

2. Federal Heights

Federal Heights

Federal Heights

Population: 11,894
Violent crime rank: 3
Property crime rank: 4

1. Pueblo

Pueblo Riverwalk (Photo: Facebook)

Pueblo Riverwalk (Photo: Facebook)

Population: 108,062
Violent crime rank: 1
Property crime rank: 2

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