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

Bear breaks into Colorado home

Bear breaks into Colorado home

A hungry bear that broke into a Colorado home at night made a daring escape from the cops, smashing a hole in the wall to force his way out of the building.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife said bears entered over 35 vehicles and nine residences in the Estes Park area in the 10 days before August 3.

When an officer arrived, the bear "forcibly breached a hole in the wall like the "Kool-Aid Man" before escaping, police said. But as they mentioned on the Facebook post, be sure to close and lock all windows and doors to your homes and vehicles.

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Bears in the area are so habituated to retreiving food from vehicles that some are going auto to car to see if they are unlocked, even if they don't see or smell food, according to the department.

Officials are urging residents to keep their vehicles and residences locked to prevent bears from entering in search of food.

"Bears are extremely smart, which means we all have to be too", police said.

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