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Bear unharmed after locking himself in a Boulder County car

Deputies were able to successfully let the bear out of the car without anyone, including the bear, being harmed.

Elizabeth Hernandez
The Denver Post
The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office responded to a bear locked in a car, officials said Tuesday.
Boulder County Sheriff’s Office/Courtesy Photo

Everyone does silly things when they’re “hangry,” particularly when you’re a bear without a spare set of car keys.

The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office reminded residents of this fact Tuesday after responding to an unusual vehicle trespassing case: a bear broke into a car and locked himself inside.

Deputies were able to successfully let the bear out of the car without anyone, including the bear, being harmed.

“This is a good reminder that wildlife is out and about this time of year looking for food,” the sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post. “Trust us, you don’t want to have to deal with a ‘hangry’ bear.”

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