At least 17 mysterious large drones are spotted flying search patterns over Colorado every night, baffling local authorities who can’t explain where they come from or who is flying them…(Not Far From Me…Steve Quayle Called To Make Sure I Was Alright…Thanks My Friend)

Wednesday, December 25, 2019
By Paul Martin

Drones, with at least a six-foot wingspan, are seen nightly in Yuma and Phillips County, Colorado
The Phillips County Sheriff’s Office said it is investigating the 17 drones, which ‘though startling, are not malicious in nature’
The drones are spotted around 7pm and disappear by 10pm each night
They are usually seen hovering approximately 200 to 300 feet above the ground
The sheriff’s office said based on the size and amount of drones that it’s not likely operated by hobbyists

24 December 2019

At least 17 mysterious large drones have been spotted flying search patterns over Colorado every night – but baffled authorities can’t explain where they are from or who is flying them.

The drones, with estimated six-foot wingspans, have been seen in the sky over Phillips and Yuma counties each night for at least a week.

Phillips County Sheriff Thomas Elliott said the drones hover between 200 feet and 300 feet off the ground in search patterns taking up approximately 25 miles.

He said there are at least 17 large drones which appear each evening around 7pm, and generally disappear about three hours later.

That size and amount of the hovering overhead would appear to rule out hobbyists, Undersheriff William Myers told the Denver Post.

‘If any of these drones fly onto your property or are looking into windows, please call the communications center immediately,’ the Phillips County Sheriff’s Office posted on its Facebook page Saturday.

Only one drone got close to see through a window, KUSA reported.

Still, the sheriff’s office will investigate all calls and conduct a forensic evaluation to determine who owns the drones. They are following up on all leads and communications with state and federal agencies to pinpoint the exact nature to their activities.

But, Phillips County sheriffs are not overly concerned.

‘We believe that the drones, though startling, are not malicious in nature,’ they added on Facebook.

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