SCARBOROUGH — Southern Maine’s first fireworks store is slated to open in the beginning of June in the same plaza as Cabela’s.

This will be the first Maine store for Phantom Fireworks, an Ohio-based chain, which has about 60 stores in 14 states.

Since a law legalizing the sale and use of fireworks took effect in January, two fireworks stores have opened — one in Manchester, in March, and one in Edgecomb, which opened earlier this month.

The stores’ owner Steve Marson of Pyro City Maine, said he plans to open a store in Winslow in May, and others in Presque Isle and Ellsworth within the next few months.

Thai 9 restaurant and Haven’s Candies — two existing tenants in The Gateway Shoppes at Scarborough — are moving elsewhere in the Cabela’s-anchored plaza to allow the fireworks store to move into their 8,000-square-foot building, said Barry Feldman, the shopping center’s developer.

By state law, fireworks stores must be in stand-alone buildings.

Thai 9 and Haven’s, which have already closed, are moving near Portland Pie Co. and are planning to reopen by the end of May, Feldman said.