The closure of a Plymouth business has left a lot of questions – without many answers.
The Bridal Spot, located at the Waterford Plaza in Plymouth, closed at the end of December 2012, according to a Star Tribune report.
The store’s owner started clearing out the store after Christmas and all merchandise was removed by New Year’s Day, property manager Martha Anderson recently told the Star Tribune.
Since Jan. 1, the Minnesota Better Business Bureau received two complaints against The Bridal Spot, according to their website. Both complaints were from customers about merchandise purchased and not received.
"I'm disappointed and somewhat angry," customer Molly Meyer told Fox9. "You put a trust in a business."
Patch was unable to reach the owner for comments. Anderson told the Star Tribune she’s “pleaded” with the owner to return calls, but has “yet to find one bride she’s answering.”
As of Jan. 15, 2013, a notice from the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office had been taped to the front door of the location at 6th Avenue location advising the former tenant they were “lawfully evicted from these premises” and “subject to arrest and prosecution for trespass if you enter these premises without the landlord’s consent.”
Inside the store, The Bridal Spot appeared to be cleared of merchandise.
The 3,000 square-foot retail space reflected be available for lease, according to the Mid-American Real Estate Group website as of Jan. 23.
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