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Police to be placed in supermarkets as UK faces Lockdown

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

The police will soon be placed in Supermarkets across the UK to support and deter unruly behaviour if London and the UK go into Lockdown.

Retailers are concerned about further panic buying which is expected to spike if further restrictions are imposed.

Panic buying is continuing across the UK which is seeing people line up outside the stores before they open and as soon as they are opening grabbing everything they can.

Items that people are struggling for include bottled water, tinned goods and toilet roll.

On Thursday, there were frenzied scenes in some stores as shoppers sought to buy bottled water, tinned goods and toilet roll.

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