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Search off for ‘command vehicle’ in case of mystery drones

A Colorado sheriff has rescinded his previous call for the public to be on the lookout for a command vehicle that may be operating the mysterious groups of drones spotted in recent weeks over parts of Colorado and Nebraska.

The Phillips County Sheriff's Office said in a statement Wednesday that the request for public assistance is no longer relevant, without offering more details.

A person who attended a closed-door meeting about the drones on Monday for law enforcement and government officials said authorities were never looking for such a vehicle. Nobody has claimed responsibility for the mysterious nighttime flights of six to 10 drones in grid-like patterns.

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  1. “The Phillips County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement Wednesday that the request for public assistance is no longer relevant, without offering more details.”
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    If they don’t give some sort of rational explanation, this story which made national headlines will turn into another UFO mystery that will not go away very quickly…

  2. Holy poop people. It’s a bunch of local drone pilots out there having a good time showing how good they are at flying drones. Can someone please tell me what laws are being broken?

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