Kevin Pratt, an insurance expert for moneysupermarket, has spoken to Granada Reports about why Chorlton is so badly hit by burglars.
He said Chorlton might be perceived as 'rich pickings', because it is a 'nice part of the world'.
The Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner, Tony Lloyd, has said a report which names Chorlton-cum-Hardy as the UK's most burgled postcode, is not an accurate description of the Manchester suburb.
He said burglary is a major issue for Greater Manchester Police, not just in Chorlton, but in the entire area.
Manchester has the top burglary hotspot in the UK.
According to figures from a leading insurance firm, people living in Chorlton and the M21 postcode are most likely to have been hit with more than 45 claims per thousand people.
Police investigating the death of a five-year-old boy, who was knocked down and killed by a car in Chorlton more than 10 years ago, have made three arrests. It follows a public appeal for information earlier this year on the 10th anniversary of Sam Walker's death.
A 33-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, a 31-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice and perjury and a 56-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of perjury.
All three remain in police custody for questioning.
Sam Walker was hit and killed 10 years ago on Hardy Lane in Chorlton. He'd been out buying sweets with his mum and sister. Today would have been his 16th birthday.
Police are back out in the area and have parked a replica of the car that killed the 5 year old on the street in happened.
Officers hope it will jog people's memories and appeal to the driver to give himself up. A £20,000 reward has also been offered for information that leads to a conviction.
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