Site of Lane Bryant Massacre to Reopen as T.J. Maxx

The 23,000 square foot store, in the Brookside Marketplace, opens Nov. 7

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    A Tinley Park store where five women were killed five years ago will re-open next week.

    The 23,000 square foot store, in the Brookside Marketplace, was a Lane Bryant store in 2008. When it opens Nov. 7, it'll be a T.J. Maxx.

    As part of the grand reopening, company officials said they'll donate $10,000 to Together We Cope, a charity created in honor of the five women slain in the stil-unsolved case.

    It was Feb. 2, 2008 when a man walked into the Lane Bryant store and opened fire, killing
    Connie R. Woolfolk of Flossmoor; Sarah T. Szafranski of Oak Forest; Carrie Hudek Chiuso of Frankfort, Rhoda McFarland of Joliet, and Jennifer L. Bishop, 34, of South Bend, Ind.

    5 Women Dead In Lane Bryant Shooting

    [CHI] 5 Women Dead In Lane Bryant Shooting
    Feb. 2, 2008: Five women are shot dead at a Lane Bryant store in Tinley Park. A sixth woman survived with a wound to the neck.