Dunkin' Donuts closed due to rodent infestation

Posted at 12:28 PM, Feb 18, 2016

A rodent infestation has forced a local donut shop to temporarily shut its doors.

The Dunkin’ Donuts at 5165 Main Street in Williamsville closed Wednesday.

According to the Erie County Department of Health, a health inspector spotted rodent droppings during a February 5th inspection. The restaurant was ordered to hire an exterminator but was allowed to remain open.

An unannounced inspection by the health department Wednesday revealed the restaurant had closed voluntarily. It will remain closed for at least a week, according to the health department.

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