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Chicago Walmart temporarily closes after inspectors find more than 400 DROPPINGS in store


A Chicago Walmart temporarily closed on Wednesday after a health inspector discovered over 400 rodent droppings in the store. 

The store –  located at 4650 West North Avenue – was closed after it failed a health inspection on Tuesday.

There were 405 mouse droppings found in the store, according to the health inspection report obtained by the Chicago Sun Times. 

The store - located at 4650 West North Avenue - was closed after it failed a health inspection on Tuesday

The store – located at 4650 West North Avenue – was closed after it failed a health inspection on Tuesday

There were 405 mouse droppings found in the store, according to a health inspector's report

There were 405 mouse droppings found in the store, according to a health inspector’s report

Underneath the cereal and snack shelves, health inspectors found 35 droppings. They also found another 100 droppings under the dog food and near the toilet paper

Underneath the cereal and snack shelves, health inspectors found 35 droppings. They also found another 100 droppings under the dog food and near the toilet paper

Underneath the cereal and snack shelves, health inspectors found 35 droppings. They also found another 100 droppings under the dog food and near the toilet paper. 

Inspectors noticed the dropping during a previous inspection on July 31 but nothing had been done about it

Inspectors noticed the dropping during a previous inspection on July 31 but nothing had been done about it

In the bakery area, 25 droppings were found. 

The droppings had been noticed during a previous inspection on July 31 but nothing had been done about it. 

‘Our store on North Avenue is temporarily closed as we address a situation following a City of Chicago inspection,’ the store said in a Facebook post. 

‘We have stringent quality standards in place and are working closely with the health department. 

‘We take this matter seriously and will reopen as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience to our customers.’ 

The store is waiting to reopen, telling NBC 5 that they had cleaned up the store and was waiting to have it re-inspected. 

Inspectors will return to the store on Thursday to check the progress. 

'We have stringent quality standards in place and are working closely with the health departmen,' the store said in a statement

‘We have stringent quality standards in place and are working closely with the health departmen,’ the store said in a statement



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