Bear breaks into house, leaves like the ‘Kool-Aid Man’

Bear breaks into house, leaves like the ‘Kool-Aid Man’

Bear breaks into house, leaves like the ‘Kool-Aid Man’

When an officer responded, the bear "forcibly breached a hole in the wall like the "Kool-Aid Man" and escaped, police said.

It's not often that a bear is compared to the Kool-Aid Man, but that's exactly the comparison the police used after they came upon a Colorado home that was broken into and significantly damaged from the dramatic escape of a bear.

A black bear broke into a Colorado house and escaped by smashing a hole through the wall.

On Friday, the bear entered the home, which is located in Estes Park, Colorado, because it was attracted to the scent of garbage, Denver7 News reported. "Bears are extremely smart, which means we all have to be too".

According to the Denver Post, Colorado Parks and Wildlife says bears entered more than 35 vehicles and nine residences in the Estes Park area in the 10 days before August 3.

The state's Parks and Wildlife department urged residents to lock their windows and doors and make daily checks to prevent encounters.

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.

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