(DERBY, Kan.) — Police in Goddard and Derby are looking for suspects after two fireworks stands were robbed over the last couple of days.
The first robbery happened around 10:15 Wednesday night in the 300 block of East Patriot Avenue in Derby. Police say the men were armed with a silver colored revolver and demanded fireworks. The suspects took off in a black SUV with a slanted back.
The robbers made off with several packages of fireworks.
Police did release a sketch of what one of the suspects looked like. If you have any information you are asked to call the Derby Police Department Investigation Section at 788-1557.
The second robbery happened late Thursday night in Goddard. Police say a black Escalade drove into a parking lot at a stand at Kellogg and 167th Street. The robbers pulled up in their vehicle and said they were going fireworks shopping. The fireworks stand attendant said they were closed.