Hollis residents report drones flying outside of homes

HOLLIS, NH (WHDH) - The Hollis Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance with an investigation involving two reports of remote-controlled drones viewing the homes of Hollis residents.

Between June 20 and July 26, residents on Flint Pond Road and Wright Road observed a remote-controlled drone flying outside their windows. The drone sightings occurred in the late night hours and early morning hours.

Police said residents reporting the drone sightings expressed their belief that the drone was watching them as they slept or moved throughout their residence.

“They’re concerned because of privacy issues or someone stalking their home,” said Hollis Police Lt. Rick Bailey. “They’re not quite sure what’s going on but it’s disturbing to see a drone outside of your window hanging outside of it.”

Hollis police are asking for anyone who might have any information about the investigation to contact them at 603-465-7637.

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