If you have a Honda Civic and live in Denver, watch out. Your car is at a higher risk of being stolen.

July is National Auto Theft Prevention Month, and Coloradans Against Auto Theft released a list of the most stolen types of vehicles in 2018. The top 10 were the Honda Civic, Honda Accord, Ford F-250, Chevrolet Silverado, Ford F-150, Dodge RAM, Ford F-350, Subaru Legacy, GMC Sierra and the Jeep Grand Cherokee. (The report didn’t say how many of Subarus were stolen by bears.)

Denver had the most car thefts of all Colorado cities in 2018, with Colorado Springs, Aurora, Pueblo and Lakewood rounding out the top five, according to the report. Of the 21,324 vehicles stolen in the state last year, 62 percent were reported missing in the Denver Metro area, the report said.

On average, 58 were stolen daily. Auto theft increased 9.4 percent from 2017 to 2018, and 18 percent from 2016 to 2017, the report said.

The state’s auto theft problem has been on the rise since 2012, which has partly been driven by the state’s overall population growth in the same time frame, the report said.

Auto theft fuels other crimes such as armed robbery and drug-related offenses, increasing Colorado’s overall crime rate, according to the Colorado State Patrol.

Auto theft is a year round problem but picks up in the summer, the report said. People are more likely to leave their cars unlocked and their windows down during hot weather. Some even to leave cars running with the air conditioner going.

“Auto theft is a crime of opportunity; thieves are always on the lookout for easy steals” said Carole Walker, chair of Coloradans Against Auto Theft, in a statement.

Nearly half of all auto theft happens because drivers leave keys in the car or leaving an unattended car running, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.

Coloradans Against Auto Theft urges people never to leave their cars unlocked while unattended and to roll up car windows all the way. Drivers should also keep valuables in the trunk hidden from view, not keep a spare set of keys in their vehicle and park in well-lit areas.

The Brighton Police Department is offering free steering wheel immobilizers to the public. Commonly known as anti-theft clubs, immobilizers make steering wheels impossible to turn, preventing theft. Drivers can obtain a free club by going to the department and filling out an information card.