Spring Hill firework store robbed, employee left with broken bone

SPRING HILL, Kan. — Police are looking for the suspects involved in an armed robbery on July 1 that left one man injured, according to a press release.

Officers responded at 1 a.m. to Pyro Papa’s 18700 block of south US Highway 169 in reference to the crime, according to the release. When they arrived to the location, they found a male employee with non-life-threatening injuries.

The employee ended up with a fractured bone in his face, Sergeant Jese Sjorland of the Spring Hill Police Department told FOX4. The thieves stole fireworks and several of the employee’s belongings.

The suspects are described as two white males in gray hoodies.

Neither the nature of the injury nor what was stolen have been verified. Police are working on getting surveillance video of the crime.

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