A CITY electronics store is set to shut, with five jobs at risk.

Maplin, on Elgar Retail Park, in Blackpole Road, Worcester, is currently holding a 50 per cent closing sale.

Staff at the shop say they do not know when the shop will close.

One employee said: "We are not sure about our jobs.

"We haven't yet been made redundant but there's a possibility we will lose our jobs.

"A lot of us have been seeing this coming since October last year because of the lack of items coming in."

The closing sale started two weeks ago, according to staff.

Some 2,500 Maplin workers could lose their jobs after the chain went bust in February.

The company is owned by private equity firm Rutland Partners, which has appointed PwC to oversee an administration.

PwC is searching for a buyer to save the company.