“We’ve been here for roughly 15 years. We will wait until February and then ask for another lease, but we’re not looking right now because we haven’t heard anything. If [Hull Storey Gibson] wants us to move, then we have to move, but we’re hoping to still stay here,” Yoo Min, son of the owner, said in August last year. “With the new restaurant here, people will come here and see us too, so new people might come. We’re just excited to be here and welcome new customers.”
Trey Owen of Protective Cleaners said Swan’s customers and local citizens have bombarded his business to speculate and seek information leading to their missing garments.
“I have had people come by here who had clothes there, but don’t seem to know where they are now. These people are upset because they want to get in touch with [Swan’s] to get their clothes back,” Owen said Tuesday. “I’ve never had communication with them before and certainly hadn’t since they closed. I wish we knew how to get in touch with them.”
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