Family Believes They Were Robbed Until They See the Real Culprit - a Piano-Playing Bear

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A Colorado family arrived home to find their house had been ransacked over the weekend by a vandal with "grizzly" intentions.

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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.

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“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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