Security breach aids grocery getters
From the February, 2018 issue
Scattered at apartment complexes and bus stops, or orphaned in rivers, ditches and other outlying areas, or in use by the homeless as mobile storage vessels, abandoned shopping carts are time-consuming and expensive to retrieve and repair. A Kroger employee at Traver Village shopping center cites students ferrying groceries to their apartments as the main reason
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