The Lululemon company announced on its Facebook page late Monday that the Bethesda store will be renovated and re-opened in coming months. The store was the scene of a March 11 homicide in which store employee, Jayna Murray, 30, was killed. Her co-worker, Brittany Norwood, 28, has been charged in her murder. The company released this statement:
"Throughout this tragedy, we have been grateful for the overwhelming support & love from the Bethesda community. We remain committed to the people of Bethesda and want to begin the first step to healing together. This will include renovating the Bethesda store & reopening in the upcoming months. We will share store updates as we have them while continuing to support our team, the Murray family & the community."
The announcement was met with an outpouring of support on the store's Facebook page from Bethesda residents and businesses, along with Lululemon shops from around the country. SOURCE: Bethesda Patch