Century 21 Promotions, based in Seattle, is recalling about 17,000 hooded children’s sweatshirts and jackets due to a potential strangulation hazard, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Wednesday. No injuries have been reported.

The company said a drawstring through the hood that could pose a strangulation hazard. The sweatshirts were sold from September 2005 to September 2009 mainly in stores in New England. They have logos including: “Montauk,” “Avalon,” “Stone Harbor,” “Cape May,” “Sea Isle,” “Ocean City,” “Alaska,” “Nantucket,” “Maine,” “Long Beach Island,” “Lavallette,” “Seaside Park,” “Newport,” “Monterey,” “Carmel,” “Skaneateles,” “1000 Islands,” “Block Island” and “Seattle.”