Back in February, retailer JCPenney announced more store closures as an overall restructuring. And now we know which Colorado stores will be affected.

According to a press release sent out to the media on Thursday, there are four stores throughout the state that will be closed permanently in the near future. Two of those are located in the Northern Colorado region.

One location announced is the JCPenney located in the St. Vrain Centre:

And the other JCPenney location in Northern Colorado to be closed will be the one on Main Street in Fort Morgan.

The struggling retailer also announced that their stores in Glenwood Springs and Sterling will also be closing their doors for good.

The four locations are part of a broad closing of 138 stores, with liquidation of these stores starting on April 17th.

Only one store in Wyoming is affected, with that one being the location in Sheridan.