A few weeks ago, one store in Los Angeles closed down and another closed down for good.
There were a lot of closures across the country, but California is a very different place than many others.
In the United States, grocery stores have been closed for almost 60 years.
It is estimated that there are roughly 7 million supermarket shoppers, or about 2.5 percent of the U.S. population.
The majority of grocery stores are located in large metropolitan areas, such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York City, and Washington, D.C. Some stores have taken to shooting each other up in an effort to get the store back open.
A new video released by the National Rifle Association shows the chain’s “Target Sniper” program, which targets shoppers who are on their way to a grocery store.
Target Sniper is an annual program that takes place at grocery stores nationwide.
The goal of the program is to draw shoppers who might not otherwise go to a store, and then target them with an armed robbery or armed burglary, the NRA says.
Target snipers target shoppers who have made their way past security, but also have other security issues.
They aim to steal items from customers’ carts, steal items that aren’t in stock, or target shoppers with other security problems.
As of Monday, Target had about 2,000 “Target Snipers” patrolling the U and Pacific Coast states, including California, according to the NRA.
“This is not a national trend, this is a local one,” said Rob Ebeling, director of research for the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
“These are targeted operations that are occurring across the nation.”
Ebeling said Target snipers will often target shoppers on their own or those they’ve spotted on their commute to the store.
Target has had to make some changes to its security to accommodate these types of attacks.
For instance, the store is changing how it handles the delivery of food, Ebelings said.
Target is now handing out snacks and beverages directly to customers in stores.
This year, Target has opened its first location in Colorado, and will soon open its first store in Oregon.
According to the National Retail Federation, Target and other grocery stores also are planning to open new locations in Texas, Minnesota, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and New York.