Bear breaks into house, leaves by pushing through a wall

Bear breaks into house, leaves by pushing through a wall

Sharing pictures of the hole that the bear made in the wall, they wrote: "Upon officer's arrival, said bear forcibly breached a hole in the wall like the "Kool-Aid Man" and made its escape".

A hole in the wall of a house in Estes Park is seen after a bear crashed through it Friday night.

A bear left this hole on a Colorado home's wall after escaping from police on August 9, 2019.

Police in Estes Park, a town at the base of the Rocky Mountains, said the bear was probably attracted by the scent of garbage.

No one was apparently injured in the incident, except the wall.

Police also said that any human-bear conflicts should be reported to Colorado Parks & Wildlife (CPW), which can help wildlife officers identify the high conflict areas that officers can keep an eye on for the future.

Some vehicles contained no "attractants", which showed that certain bears have become so used to finding food in vehicles that they were going from auto to car even if they neither saw nor smelled food, officials said. "Bears are extremely smart, which means we all have to be too". "Make it a routine to check everything is closed up before you go to bed or leave the house to do errands".

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