Photos: Refrigerator Raiding Bear Identified

Here are pictures of the bear that broke into a hillside home Sunday and raided a refrigerator.

Here are photos of the bear who for pork chops and barbecue sauce on Sunday.

Resident Lara Larramendi shot these photos during a past incursion from the juvenile bear onto her property.

Gayle M. Montgomery August 28, 2012 at 11:29 PM
For the record, I continue to Pin on Pinterest images of bears that are offered here on the Patch. I've got a board dedicated strictly to bears, and there are other images there. But when the bear images are quasi real time and not stalk, comparisons can be made to see if it's the same culprit. Like I said, the board is dedicated to all bears, not just Monrovia areas, but if it helps, here it is. http://pinterest.com/indigo1123/bear-necessities-of-life/
Gayle M. Montgomery August 28, 2012 at 11:30 PM
I hate homonyms. Not stalk, but stock as in stock photos.
Kenneth Lowndes August 29, 2012 at 02:35 AM
Nice work Gayle.
Gayle M. Montgomery August 29, 2012 at 04:42 AM
I hope it helps, Kenneth. Thanks. If the Patch is able to get real pictures from folks of the actual bears (and most of us have smart phones with cameras or could have a camera nearby), and if the Patch continues to post them, as I catch them, I will pin them. If folks want to refer to it to see if they can find the culprits, kind of like a police lineup, even if they need to ask me to repost the link, we may be able to get a better idea about these bears. With Pinterest, you first see the thumbnail. If you click on it again, you get a larger image. Click once more, and as long as the article is still available online, it will take you to it. I'd be happy to repost this anytime folks need it if it will help.
R Terry August 31, 2012 at 04:56 AM
Get your pellet gun and pepper spray and start blasting. Otherwise this guy is going to be a regular customer at your kitchen.


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