As cash usage has fallen, the number of robberies aimed at stealing cash reported to the police has fallen sharply. This applies equally to bank robberies and to robberies of shops and cash-in-transit operations. Much of the reduction can probably be explained by there now being less cash in banks and shops. For example, Sweden had no cash-in-transport robberies last year. However, the number of robberies aimed at private individuals reported to the police has remained stable at around 6,500 per year. These are aggregated statistics and do not differentiate between robberies for cash and for other objects.