The Chicago store opened on Tuesday to mixed reviews from customers
Two aisles of 'essentials' are open to customers, but everything else must be ordered from a counter
It comes after the company's chief financial officer told investors executives may have overstated the effects of organized shoplifting
A Chicago branch of Walgreens has been redesigned with just two aisles where customers may shop for themselves, the rest must be done via a kiosk.
The new 'anti-theft' store at at 2 East Roosevelt in downtown Chicago will trust shoppers to pick up 'essentials' for themselves in the two free aisles, but everything else must be ordered and picked up via a counter.
The store, which took weeks to construct, opened to mixed reviews on Tuesday.