Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - The Rochester Salvation Army has announced it will be closing its Thrift Store and Donation Center in southeast Rochester at the end of the month.

Officials say the closure is due to the termination of its sublease of the space next to the now-closed Kmart Store. The facility is no longer accepting donations of used goods but will continue to sell merchandise and honor store vouchers until it closes on September 28th.

The Salvation Army’s Thrift Store in northwest Rochester closed in June after it lost its lease.

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