SAYREVILLE, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Police in New Jersey try to hint the supply of a loud banging noise that’s waking residents and inflicting canine to bark.
Sayreville police say they began to obtain reviews on Monday about noises coming from close by South Amboy.
Sayreville resident Marilyn Granieri advised 1010 WINS that the noise begins within the early night and will get louder all through the night time.
“Three bangs, like somewhat area in between them, after which seven minutes of silence after which three bangs once more,” Granieri stated. “This went on all night time lengthy for at the very least three weeks.”
Police initially thought a personal firm employed to regulate the geese inhabitants was accountable, however the Middlesex County Parks Division stated that was not the case.
“You hear it, it’s there, and once you don’t know what it’s you’re simply curious,” Granieri stated. “As soon as I discover out what it’s, as soon as somebody says what it’s, I’ll really feel slightly higher about it and ignore it.”
The investigation is ongoing.
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