Sioux Falls Police are looking for the man who threw explosives at a convenience store clerk over the weekend.
It happened Saturday night at the BP station on West Russell Street.
Police say the man walked into the gas station and told the clerk he had a bomb. He then threw it at the clerk who was able to block it. The explosives landed on the floor and started filling the store with smoke.
Police say it appeared that the bomb was made of several sparklers and another mortar-style firework.
The suspect ran out of the store after throwing the fireworks and never demanded anything else.
"Nothing was said outside of that, he didn't demand any money or anything else from her. She didn't recognize the person and has no idea why this took place,” Sioux Falls Police Public Information Officer Sam Clemens said.
There is surveillance of the man who threw the explosives, however since the suspect is wearing a ski mask it may be hard to identify who he is.
The suspect is described as being 6-foot to 6-foot 3-inches tall and weighs about 200 pounds.
If you have information, you’re asked to call police.