A military defense command is looking into sightings of three UFOs in the Breckenridge, Colorado, area, reported in the sky Friday morning.
The objects were described by witnesses as "shiny" and unmoving, remaining still in the sky for 15 minutes at a time, according to KUSA-TV.
"NORAD is not tracking any anomalies in that location. We are investigating," Army Major Beth Smith, a North American Aerospace Defense Command spokeswoman, told the news station Friday.
NORAD did not immediately respond to TheBlaze's request for update or comment on the situation as of Monday morning.
KUSA reported that the objects were said to form straight lines or triangles. Even the news station's reporter Matt Renoux saw the UFOs, saying that he didn't think they were drones or weather balloons.
Watch KUSA's report about the sighting:
"They would just sit there...without moving an inch on our viewscreen in the camera," KUSA's Renoux said. When they did move, Renoux said they "would take off across the mountain ridge."
KUSA reported that Breckenridge police and and the Summit County Sheriff's Department were taking reports of the objects and notified the Federal Aviation Administration.
Salt Lake City reported similar "white dots" just the day before.