New security measures at reopened Buffalo Tops store
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WHEC) – There are new security measures at the recently reopened Tops supermarket in Buffalo, the site of a mass shooting two months ago.
The new security includes storewide surveillance cameras meant to deter crime and assist police. In addition to new security, the store has been redesigned to look completely different from the store where 10 people died and three others were wounded in the mass shooting May 14.
“I think that the tweaks you did are very nice,” a Tops customer said. “It brought it a little bit up.”
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown released a statement praising the new security features, saying they "continue our focus on enhanced public safety in this area and throughout the community."