By Kristen Johanson

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating an incident of a man flying a drone over Citizen’s Bank Park during Sunday’s Phillies game.

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Around the 6th inning, security officials noticed and notified police, who quickly apprehended the man.

Director of Security for the Phillies Sal DeAngelis says there is a national law against flying anything near the ballpark:

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“You can’t fly anything over a stadium lower than 3,000 feet or within three nautical miles and that’s been in place since 9/11.”

Police then turned the investigation over to the FAA. DeAngelis says the man claimed he was trying to capture pictures and videos of the game:

“We don’t know what his intent is beyond that, if it is just to take pictures or if the intent is to do harm to anyone as well.”

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No charges have been filed.