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Investigators say all of the closed beaches will remain closed until an early morning inspection can be conducted after the morning high tide.
Beaches will be reopened provided no additional medical waste is found.
The public is once again reminded to contact the Police Department immediately if they encounter any medical type materials along the beach. Please call the non-emergency police number at (609)399-9111.
But Ocean City officials say the two syringes found on city beaches Thursday aren't related to needles, cotton swabs and other debris that washed up in Avalon earlier this week.
Avalon reopened its beaches Wednesday after searches for more debris turned up nothing.
Rutala says he's sure the Avalon incident has shore towns acting "more vigilant" about medical waste - just as the Labor Day weekend approaches.
The state Attorney General's Office is investigating the Avalon incident, and has posted a $10,000 reward.
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