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Grand Theft Auto is Corrupting the Bear Youths


"The car alarm was blaring, and there was a light moving around inside.

A couple in the Colorado Mountain Estates subdivision near Florissant thought someone was trying to steal their car early Wednesday.

When deputies from the Teller County Sheriff's Office responded at about 2:30 a.m., they discovered a young bear in the car.

According to Baker and Teller County Sheriff Kevin Dougherty, this bear was very smart and had learned how to open car doors."

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