Lifeguards and police used aerial surveillance and jet skis Sunday to continue their search for a large shark that attacked a 13-year-old boy in Encinitas Saturday morning, leaving him with traumatic upper-body injuries.

No swimming, surfing or diving is allowed through Monday morning from Ponto Beach in southern Carlsbad to Swami’s Beach in Encinitas, but that stretch of coastline remains open to people as long as they stay out of the water.

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