The same is true in Palo Alto, CA, where nothing seems to be restocked and most shelves are getting close to 50% bare. I had a feeling something wasn't right with the business last year, when sparseness in the inventory, parking lot and customers in the store was palpable.
Back in the 80-90's and most of 2000s, Fry's was packed of inventory and customers. The checkout line was typically 10 to 20 people deep. It's only in the past couple of years the Fry's business model has shown to have lost the war with eCommerce. Although Fry's has tried to compete with eCommerce it's too late to catch up with the train.
Fry's was truly a tinker's heaven, whether you were into computers, electronics or just plain do it yourself type. It will be truly missed, because there's nowhere else you can visit locally especially if you need that something right now. I use to enjoy wandering around the store to see what's new and gaining a mental picture of what they had, so if on the occasion I needed that something I could recall "seen it at Frys" moment.