SEPTA authorities are looking for the person who set off fireworks in a Market-Frankford Line station Tuesday.
The firecrackers exploded in a cashier’s booth at the 56th Street Station, and the suspect fled after lighting the explosives, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
SEPTA Transit Police Chief Thomas J. Nestel III tweeted a photo of the incident Tuesday, and SEPTA spokeswoman Kristin Geiger confirmed the event to PhillyVoice.
Lighting fireworks behind cashier's booth is funny? No. No it isn't. That's someone's mom working in there. pic.twitter.com/44kmKqrJSx— Thomas J. Nestel III (@TNestel3) June 7, 2016
"Someone did throw fireworks behind a cashier's booth," Geiger said. "We're still looking into the matter. It remains under investigation."
The cashier was unharmed, and the suspect remains at large.