Family Believes They Were Robbed Until They See the Real Culprit - a Piano-Playing Bear
The family was "shocked" to see the security video.
A Colorado family arrived home to find their house had been ransacked over the weekend by a vandal with "grizzly" intentions.
The family first believed their Vail home had been the target of thieves, but when they looked at the security footage, they discovered the culprit was actually a black bear.
Home security video showed the bear lumbering over to their piano and banging on it during its curious visit.
“I'm like, ‘Oh my gosh, there's the bear,’ and then all of a sudden, it jumps over the railing and is over here and on the piano and I’m like, 'Oh my gosh.'” It was crazy — I was shocked,” Katie Haley, 21, the daughter of the homeowner, told Inside Edition.
Police searched the area, but were unable to find any trace of the bear, 9News reported.
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