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Bear breaks in to Colorado Springs electronics store

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (AP) ” An intruder who broke into a Colorado Springs electronics store won’t face any charges, even if authorities can find the culprit.

Seems no one wants to poke an angry bear.

Colorado Springs police confirm it was a bear who broke a sliding glass door at a Circuit City store Tuesday morning, then went inside to a customer waiting area where surveillance cameras recorded its every move.



The scared bear then ran back out the same broken glass door and headed for a tree.

Authorities say the young adult black bear had become spooked after setting off an alarm at a nearby Fazoli’s restaurant.



Circuit City supervisor Dawn Greene joked that the bear probably wanted a new 72-inch LCD-screen television.

No one was hurt, except, perhaps, for the bear.


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