THE FRONT of the Co-op supermarket in Lerwick is looking somewhat bare after its sign fell down last night (Wednesday).
As pictured above, shoppers were greeted with the long signage in a heap in front of the supermarket’s windows on Thursday morning.
No-one was injured in the incident and customers can use the main entrance and exit as normal.
A Co-op spokesperson said: “The safety of our customers and colleagues is of utmost important and our stores and signage undergo regular maintenance.
“We are investigating the incident at Lerwick Co-op which took place yesterday evening and checks to the remaining signage are being carried out. The store is trading as normal today.”
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