LINCOLN, Neb.(WITI) -- Toilet paper has become a coveted supply at grocery stores across the country in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, with many struggling to keep up with demand.
Travelers have been stealing toilet paper at stops along Interstate 80 in Nebraska, according to the Lincoln Journal Star. It's gotten so bad, the Department of Transportation has had to make some changes.
A spokesperson told the newspaper that rest areas will now be closed when an attendant is not present. Truck parking should remain open. The rest areas are managed by Department of Transportation engineers in eight districts. Some are staffed and some are not.