WESTBROOK — Mexican restaurant Fajita Grill reopened Tuesday afternoon about a week after being raided by federal agents who arrested its owner.

According to Fajita Grill’s Facebook page, the Mexican restaurant reopened at 4 p.m. Tuesday and is open again today for lunch and dinner. The page also says stickers that say “I (heart) Fajita Grill” will be available by the end of the week.

The restaurant has received an outpouring of support from patrons since the raid on Sept. 21 by agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Waitress Alex Smith said today that about four or five customers and family members of employees have been volunteering their time to wash dishes and serve food at the restaurant.

Eleven employees of Fajita Grill and Cancun restaurants in Biddeford and Waterville, which were also raided, are being held at Cumberland County Jail, a jail official said Tuesday.

Faijta Grill owner, Guillermo Fuentes, and his brother Hector Fuentes, who owns the Cancun restaurants, were both released from jail on bail on Sept. 22. The brothers each face charges of conspiracy to harbor illegal aliens and employment of illegal aliens.

In a press release, Immigration and Customs Enforcement said today the agency recently completed a seven-day nationwide sweep that led to the arrest of 2,900 convicted criminal aliens, including 111 in New England. The release did not say whether those included the owners or employees of Fajita Grill and Cancun.

Cancun in Waterville reopened on Sept. 23. No one picked up the telephone at the Biddeford location on this afternoon.