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Hard-up Brits steal MILK as supermarkets put security tags on butter amid cost-of-living crisis 


Hard-up Brits steal MILK as supermarkets put security tags on butter amid cost-of-living crisis

  • A growing number of everyday groceries like butter are being security-tagged
  • Shoplifting increased by 18 per cent over the summer according to the ONS
  • Police in Scotland arrested two people for stealing bottles of milk this week 

Two people were charged for stealing milk this week – as supermarkets lock up everyday essentials in an attempt to deter shoplifters amid the cost-of-living crisis.

Police in Scotland announced they had arrested two people stealing around 30 bottles of milk.

Glasgow North Police tweeted: ‘Two persons have been charged and will be reported to the procurator fiscal for numerous thefts of milk and other crimes of dishonesty in the Milton…



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