If you're a customer of Johnson's Tire Service and need to grab your tires, you can get them starting Saturday.

The building's owner Northrim Bank, announced Friday they’re making the tires in now-closed business’ “Tire Hotel” available to customers.

“Thank you for your patience while the Bank as a courtesy to Johnson’s customers works on reuniting the customers with their tires stored in the Tire Hotel. While the Bank is not legally obligated to do so, Northrim is making every attempt to ensure the tires in the Tire Hotel are returned to their rightful owners. In that regard, the Bank appreciates your assistance and cooperation in identifying your tires and in identifying yourself as the owner.”

Tire pickup begins on Saturday; customers can pick up their tires from the hotel between 1 and 5 p.m.

Pickup times next week are noon to 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Johnson’s Tire Service closed on October 31. Northrim Bank took possession of the foreclosed property on Monday.

Northrim says any issues concerning missing tires or the condition of tires left in the Tire Hotel is the responsibility of Johnson’s Tire Service and not the bank. Cynthia Franklin at the Attorney General’s Office is handling complaints from consumers. She can be reached by calling (907) 269-5208 or by emailing Cynthia.Franklin@alaska.gov.

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