Wheat Ridge Police are asking for the public's help in figuring out what those loud booms are heard in town.
They haven't received too many calls, but said they've seen social talk about booms happening usually on Saturday and Sunday between 9 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the area of Wadsworth east to Sheridan and from W. 26th to W. 38th Avenue.
Reports usually say it's a single, loud boom that shakes homes and apartment complexes and sets off car and business alarms, Wheat Ridge PD says.
Some people told police they saw a flash of light. Even a few officers heard the sounds and added that it didn't sound like a transformer or fireworks.
There haven't been any reports filed talking about property damage or injury.
Since the reports cover such a large area of Wheat Ridge, police say they haven't found anything that could be causing the booms.
Police are asking for your help. If you see or hear anything suspicious, please call 911 or the non-emergency number at 303-237-2220. If you see a flash and can help pinpoint a location, all the better.