Tesco says it's to close three supermarkets in Wales at Wrexham, Caerphilly and Tredegar. It says around 135 jobs will be lost.
A spokesperson told ITV Cymru Wales that 65 jobs would go at the Dodds Lane store in Wrexham and the other 70 in the two Valleys stores.
Earlier this month Tesco announced 43 stores around the UK were facing closure due to not being profitable. The retailer's sales have fallen. Head office jobs will also see cuts as Tesco cuts overheads by 30%.
It is with great sadness that I have to tell you that, Wrexham Dodds Lane Superstore, Caerphilly Metro and Tredegar Express are amongst the 43 we plan to close. The decision to close the stores has been exceptionally difficult to take. I recognise it will affect many hard working colleagues, our customers and the local community.
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Tesco have said their stores are now "trading normally" after a Black Friday rush that saw police called to help control crowds of bargain-hungry shoppers.
The supermarket said in a statement: "Over 600 Tesco stores have Black Friday offers available in store."
"In the interest of customer safety a small number of these stores contacted police last night to help control crowds safely and stores are now trading normally."
A source at the company said they had taken on board complaints from police about improving in-store security.
"We will work with them following this event to make any improvements for next year," the source said.
Police were called to a Tesco Extra store in Newport at just after midnight to deal with 'disorder' among Black Friday bargain-hunters.
Gwent Police says the situation, at the Newport Retail Park store, was calmed down by officers and Tesco staff. No offences were recorded.