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Two Burger King locations in Howland and Warren, Ohio have closed their doors.

The closure comes after Tom’s King, the franchise operator that owned all the area Burger Kings, filed for bankruptcy in January.

According to bankruptcy court documents, Corale Group, a London-based company that operates Burger Kings in England, has purchased 27 of the 90 Burger Kings owned by Tom’s King, including 14 locations in Mahoning, Trumbull, and Columbiana counties.

One location on McCartney Road in Camel was bought by Burger King corporate.

No one bid on the Burger Kings in Howland or Warren, resulting in their closure.

Tom’s King is still going through bankruptcy court and their next hearing is scheduled for Tuesday.

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