A Doncaster town centre shop, that sold legal highs among other items, has reportedly closed down.
Heads of Donny, based on Scot Lane, appears to have closed its doors to the public.
An eviction notice has been placed in the front window of the shop.
It is not yet known whether the business is moving to a new premises in the town.
A Doncaster shopper told the Free Press that they saw a group of people moving stock out of the store on Tuesday morning.
Police and trading standards raided the shop in February this year, when a man was hospitalised after taking an unknown substance bought in the shop.
A trading standards spokesman confirmed they had not carried out any further raids since the incident in February.
No-one from South Yorkshire Police or Heads of Donny was available for comment.