A Dundee nightclub was raided by police over alleged licensing breaches.
The Reading Rooms on Blackscroft was targeted by officers from Tayside Division after council licensing officers raised concerns.
The club was briefly closed due to the raid, but has been allowed to re-open pending a report to the local authority’s licensing board.
Representatives of the club will be called before a future meeting for a hearing on the matter.
Licensee James Grieve declined to comment when approached by the Evening Telegraph.
Licensing compliance officers from the city council visited the venue on Thursday.
During their inspection they discovered a number of alleged breaches, understood to be on a minor level, including failure to display licences properly.
They informed Police Scotland, who raided the premises the following night. The club was closed for 24 hours after the raid.
The police and licensing officers will now work together while producing a report for the licensing board.
A spokesman for Dundee City Council said: “The council’s licensing officers have been liaising with Police Scotland.”
Regular Reading Rooms clubnight Crayon had been on at the venue on January 3. A statement said: “Major apologies to everyone who came out for our party with Badbloodclothing Berlin at The Reading Rooms, unfortunately there was some kind of issue which couldn’t be sorted at the time and we were told to shut down, it was out of our hands.
“Luckily the problem has been swiftly resolved and we’ve rescheduled the party for Saturday.”
A spokeswoman for Police Scotland confirmed that officers had been involved in the action.
She said: “Tayside Division officers attended at a licensed premises in Blackscroft, Dundee, in relation to a licensing matter and we will be liaising with Dundee City Council’s Licensing Board and working closely with the licensee with regard to the matter.”
The Reading Rooms is housed in the old St Roques library building, which was built on vacant land owned by the town council more than 100 years ago.