Depasquale: People stole food from store

Posted 9/16/21

I went in to the food bank on Grand Avenue next to Food City and was very disappointed in what I observed.

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Depasquale: People stole food from store

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I went in to the food bank on Grand Avenue next to Food  City and was very disappointed in what I observed.

Obviously, the person working the store didn’t have help and had to put out free watermelons and left the store unattended. I was shocked to see people walking out with items not purchased, and I was surprised the person working left the store unattended with the cash register in view.

This store discounts food so you can afford to buy without stealing.

Come on, people. Do you have to stoop that low? Also, let the watermelons go until you can hire some one to help before you get robbed or worse.

Teresa Depasquale

Sun City

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