In light of recent health concerns, a drive-thru mini-mart in Poland pulled all of its vaping products off the shelves Tuesday.

Larry's Drive-Thru and Mini-Mart on Center Road is taking the proactive step because they say they are worried about the safety of their customers. 

One supervisor at the store said that vaping is being marketed toward young people, and they may not know the real risks that come with it.

"We've decided why risk it. Why endanger our customers, particularly young people that come in. Mostly 18 to 25-year-olds are buying them, at least that's what we're seeing. That we would just take the loss and remove them from our shelves," said Jerry Depizzo, Larry's Drive-Thru Mini-Mart supervisor. 

Larry's will continue selling cigarettes, cigars, and alcohol.