This week, an Outer Banks community found a "huge" hole on the beach.
Kill Devil Hills posted a picture of its ocean rescue supervisor standing in a cemetery Tuesday.
Unattended holes may be dangerous for beachgoers, animals, and first responders.
Kill Devil Hills posted on Facebook, "I suppose we need to shout for the back." "Leaving beach holes unattended is unsafe!"
"Sandholes may be dangerous. Dig small trenches on the beach and fill them up after you're done "warned town.
Help keep beachgoers safe. Respect your environment.