DENVER (CBS4)– JCPenney will close four stores in Colorado as part of its closing more than 100 stores nationwide.

The struggling retailer announced last month that it will close 138 stores across the U.S.

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The stores in Colorado are located in Fort Morgan, Glenwood Springs, Sterling and a store in the St. Vrain Center in Longmont.

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JCPenney said the stores will begin the liquidation process next month.

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Many stores are slated to be closed by June.