Bags of decapitated birds have been found in New Jersey.
Little Egg Harbor police said they've found bags of mutilated birds twice in just a few days. Police say they responded to calls on Saturday and on Monday to find trash bags full of dead roosters, hens, guinea hens and pigeons in a wooded area.
The decapitated bodies of 27 birds were found in all. Their heads were also in the bags.
Ken Carter told News 4 he found bags of the remains hanging from tree branches and on the ground.
"The Ones I looked at, they were white and the heads were off," he said.
The Asbury Park Press first reported the findings.
Police are continuing to investigate the case.