A hungry bear with an apparent sweet tooth destroyed a family’s car in Colorado after being lured by the sweet smell of, well, gummy bears.
On Thursday, Cate Siegel was about to leave for work when she noticed her car’s interior was torn apart, thinking someone had broken into it overnight.
“I looked in and I was like, ‘Oh, my God! What is going on — did someone break into my car?’” the Breckenridge resident explained to CBS4 News.
After taking a closer look, the woman realized the interior of her car was torn to shreds, the radio pulled out and wires dangling everywhere.
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Siegel’s car was definitely broken into, but the suspect just so happened to be a hungry bear.
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“He must have just got in, got up and around, got in the back seat and left a little surprise,” Siegel said, referring to some poop the bear left behind.
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Siegel told the news station the garage door of her family’s home was also opened overnight, suspecting the…