A pair of students were robbed Wednesday in Blue Springs shortly after stepping off a school bus.

A pair of students were robbed Wednesday in Blue Springs shortly after stepping off a school bus.

According to Blue Springs Police Spokesman Troy Pharr, the incident occurred at approximately 3 p.m. near a bus stop on the 1200 block of S.W. Eastman Court.

A male and female, both high school-aged, were approached by two black males and one Hispanic male who, according to Pharr, said “give me all your money.”

Pharr said the male victim gave them $7; Pharr was not sure what, if any, money the female victim gave them. None of the perpetrators were believed to have been armed, nor was there any threat of violence.

“If anything, they’d be charged with stealing since there were no weapons or threats,” Pharr said. “It’s likely just kids harassing other kids.”

After taking the money, Pharr said the three perpetrators got into a dark green mid-1990s Dodge caravan that was described by eyewitnesses as “dirty and trashy.” Pharr said the van was carrying an additional two to three males in the back seat at the time of the robbery.

According to Pharr, a vehicle matching the one driven by the perpetrators was seen heading west on U.S. 40 but officers were unable to stop the vehicle. He said the perpetrators were believed to have been in their late teens or early 20s; one, a black male, was last seen wearing a blue backpack.

Although the severity of the charges will likely not add up to first or second-degree robbery, Pharr said officers are still seeking those responsible.

“We’d love to find out who it was,” Pharr said, “because this was totally uncalled for.”