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Shark warning signs removed at two West Oahu beaches

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NANAKULI, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Ocean Safety officials removed the shark warning signs at Nanakuli Beach Park and Yokohama Bay on Monday following confirmed shark sightings on both Saturday and Sunday.

The first shark sighting was confirmed on Saturday afternoon at around 4:45 p.m. The second sighting was confirmed on Sunday, and is believed to have been a six-foot long shark.

Signs are also up at Yokohama Bay after an 8-foot shark scared away beach goers.  The beach is not closed, but life guards there are warning people to stay out of the water.

Watch video of the shark at Yokohama Bay on our Hawaii News Now Facebook page.

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