Mysterious drone group in U.S. draws attention, officials say

Three regions, Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska, have recently been plagued by a strange problem — a mysterious fleet of drones. The report says police departments in all three states have been inundated with drone alerts since mid-December, with at least 30 reports of more than a dozen or more drones at a time, and the FBI, federal aviation administration and the U.S. Air Force have stepped in, but nothing has been achieved.

Mysterious drone group in U.S. draws attention, officials say

Mysterious drone group in U.S. draws attention, officials say

Mysterious drone group in U.S. draws attention, officials say

According to police sources, the U.S. Air Force has said it has nothing to do with the drones. The Federal Aviation Administration said it had contacted drone companies and companies authorized to operate drones in the area, but it was not immediately clear that they were linked to the mysterious group of drones.

People say drones could pose a real threat, and anti-drone strikes remain a top priority for the federal government, but it is generally difficult to address them thoroughly.

While these mysterious groups of drones have attracted attention, the prospect of drones flying over the sky in the future is likely to become more common, with companies such as UPS, Amazon and Google testing drone delivery.

Mysterious drone group in U.S. draws attention, officials say