BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — One downtown Bend barber shop did not have the happiest of Fourth of July weekends.
Carrie Wollard, a manager at the Metropolitan Barber Shop on Wall Street, told NewsChannel 21 they were forced to close the shop on Saturday after she said someone threw a tequila bottle through the shop’s front window.
Wollard said the shop boarded up the window and will have to have the glass redone with the business’s logo. The barber shop reopened on Tuesday morning after the Fourth of July holiday.
Jack Hirsh is speaking with Wollard and will have details coming up on NewsChannel 21 at five.
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