A Wells Fargo bank sign. Image courtesy of Mike Mozart / CC BY 2.0

Add New Haven and Bethel to the communities in line to lose a Wells Fargo branch this year.

The bank notified federal regulators at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency that it planned to shutter branches at 159 Greenwood Ave. in Bethel and 388 Whaley Ave. in New Haven.

The notices were the only branch closures or openings filed for Connecticut in February.

Wells Fargo closed four of its branches in Connecticut last year, in the grocery-anchored Monroe Plaza shopping center in Monroe, just off Interstate 84 in Danbury at 108 Mill Plain Road, in downtown Darien and at 761 Highland Ave. in Waterbury.