Police are asking the public for help after multiple arrows were found in a Huntington Beach neighborhood over the past couple of weeks.
The arrows were found on the west side of Brookhurst Street and Indianapolis Avenue, according to a series of tweets the police department posted on Friday.
Authorities are concerned that someone may be randomly shooting them into the air and a victim could be struck by a falling arrow.
An image provided by the police department showed one of the arrows measured about 17 inches.
One resident who did not want to be identified said her mother found two such arrows on Thanksgiving Day, but she said they had razor blades attached.
“We’re just scared, we can’t walk, we’re afraid to let our kids out,” she said.
Anyone who sees a person with a Crossbow, Compound Bow, or other device to shoot arrows was asked to contact the police department.
Detective Remington can be reached by phone at 714-960-8825, or by email at Cremington@hbpd.org.
Anyone wishing to remain anonymous can contact O.C. Crime Stoppers at 855-847-6227.