TOM RIVERS, N.J. (CBS) — An Ocean County town is warning residents after three low-flying hawks were spotted in the area.

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Toms River Office of Emergency Management in New Jersey posted a message on Facebook, advising residents about a incident that happened Wednesday, April 11, when three hawks reportedly swooped down looking for an “afternoon snack.”

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Officials advise residents not to leave their small pets unattended when outside.

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In the post, officials say: “Keep an eye on the sky and bring them indoors if you notice hawks flying low.”