TORREY PINES, Calif. (KGTV) — Two credible shark sightings have been reported at Torrey Pines State Beach this weekend, according to officials.
Following the shark sightings, individuals say they were "bumped" by a shark. No injuries were reported.
To alert beach-goers, signs have been posted to alert visitors of the recent sightings.
"Advisory warnings are informative in nature only. If you ever see a shark, notify a lifeguard. The frequency of sightings in combo with the size, location, and behavior, are how advisories are issued," officials advised.
The sightings comes five days after a 12-foot-long shark was reported off the shore of Coronado Beach. According to a message posted on Facebook by police, the shark was spotted just off the shore of in the North Beach area just before 2 p.m. on May 26.