A Spring Garden Township restaurant was temporarily closed by a state food safety inspector after living and dead German cockroach-like insects were found in the facility.

Regents Glen Country Club's Glen Grille was temporarily closed Aug. 8 but was cleared to reopen the next day after the inspector from the Department of Agriculture determined that the issue was corrected, according to Will Nichols, a department spokesman.

Three live adult German cockroach-like insects were found behind a bread warmer, inside a cabinet behind the bar used to store wrapped flatware and under an upright freezer in the kitchen, according to the state inspection report.

Three live baby cockroach-like insects were seen on the floor drain and wall surfaces adjacent to the same upright freezer, while three dead adult cockroach-like insects were found in the floor drain of the freezer area.

Club officials have not returned calls for comment.