The Colorado police are investigating a UFO sighting in Breckenridge, Colorado, and the Police say they are investigating reports of three "shiny" objects in the sky Friday morning.
"NORAD is not tracking any anomalies in that location. We are investigating," said Army Major Beth Smith, a NORAD spokesperson.
Multiple people have called in to report the objects floating in the sky, and the Summit County Sheriff's Office is also investigating.
Police have called the FAA, but the FAA says they have not had any calls from the public regarding the sighting.
Several witnesses say the objects would sometimes form triangles or straight lines across the horizon.
No drones or weather balloons
Reporter Matt Renoux said he doesn't believe the objects were drones or weather balloons, because the objects appeared stationary for as long as 15 minutes at times.
"They would just sit there... without moving an inch on our viewscreen in the camera," Renoux said during a 5 p.m. live report.
After about 15 minutes, a flash of light would appear and the "objects would take off across the mountain ridge," Renoux said.
A Utah television station reported Thursday about a similar incident happening in the Salt Lake City area.
Watch the video where Renoux reports on the story of the mysterious UFO's in Colorado:
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