A bear broke into and ravaged a car in Estes Park this week, reminding drivers to keep their cars locked.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife shared a video of the inside of a car that was destroyed by a bear who was able to get inside the unlocked vehicle. The interior is ripped to shreds, including the front seats and doors.
A bear tore apart this car near Estes Park. Bears are exceptionally smart, which means us humans have to be exceptionally bear smart!
— CPW NE Region (@CPW_NE) May 11, 2019
Colorado Parks and Wildlife advised people to lock their cars, keep their windows closed and not leave anything with a scent — food, sunscreen, cups, wrappers — inside.
About a month ago, a woman in Breckenridge came back to the inside of her Subaru ripped to pieces by a bear. Tweets said she left a sealed bag of gummy bars in her unlocked car, which enticed the bear to break in.
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