HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Warning signs remain posted at Waimea Bay on Monday after multiple sharks were spotted swimming near shore waters.
Swimmers and beachgoers were being warned by lifeguards.
The sighting of sharks initially forced the closure of Waimea Bay Sunday.
City officials closed the beach before noon and posted signs warning beachgoers that sharks were seen in the area.
It was said that the sharks were about four to five feet long, and were feeding on fish just 10 to 30 yards from shore.
No injuries were reported.