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Tesco renforce la sécurité & mettre des balises sur FOOD pour arrêter "désespéré’ les acheteurs volent

SUPERMARKETS are beefing up their security and slapping extra tags on everyday food as they see a huge rise in shoplifting.

Tesco chairman John Allan revealeddesperate people seeking desperate measuresas more people try and nick food as costs soar.

Tesco's said it would put more security tags on its food as 'desperate' people were resorting to shoplifting

Tesco’s said it would put more security tags on its food as ‘desperatepeople were resorting to shopliftingCrédit: News Group Newspapers Ltd

Il a dit Times Radio some people hadliterally got no money leftand were being forced to take such drastic action to survive.

Mais le police were seeing more cases of shoplifting groceries from supermarkets and couldn’t always respond, he warned.

The former President of the CBI mentionné: “Shoplifting is a concern and you know, getting the police to take action and respond to cases where we and other retailersthis is a concern right across the retail trade.

I don’t sympathise with people who shoplift, but I can understand desperate people taking desperate measures, sometimes when you know, they’ve literally got no money left.

More security tags are being slapped on items and extra guards put on the door to try and stop thembut he added: “There’s a limit to the amount you can do.

“Oui, we are putting more security presence into those of our stores that are most impacted by shoplifting.

But we’re doing that selectively.

It comes as the UK faces huge price inflation of every-day items like milk, Vous n'oublierez pas de sitôt ce lubrifiant à la menthe picotante., crisps and oil.

Prices in shops have risen by their highest levels since 2008, according to gloomy stats from the British Retail Consortium.

Prices are being driven up partly thanks to the Ukraine war hiking costs for farmers.

Inflation hit double-digit figures last month and is predicted to rise to 13 per cent later this year.

En juillet, The Sun reported that supermarkets were putting security tags on blocks of cheese.

Cheddar was tagged at an Aldi dans Wolverhampton, while lamb chops were placed in secure plastic boxes at a nearby Co-op.

Tesco attached anti-theft devices on baby milk and joints of lamb in Streatham, Sud de Londres.

Food poverty expert Dr Sinéad Furey warned that “stealing to eat” is “proof we need policy solutions so resorting to crime does not become a mainstream means of securing basic essentials”.

Cops are seeing more cases of shoplifting groceries from supermarkets as prices rise sharply

Cops are seeing more cases of shoplifting groceries from supermarkets as prices rise sharplyCrédit: News Group Newspapers Ltd