"It's a bear!" That's what a resident in Point Pleasant, Bucks County, Pa. said as he filmed a black bear wandering around his backyard.
Police and wildlife officers are trying to track down a black bear that's been spotted wandering around several residential areas in suburban Philadelphia for days.
“It’s a bear,” said a Point Pleasant, Pa. resident after he spotted a black bear meandering through the woods in his backyard.
Bucks County residents most recently spied the animal roaming a soccer field in Bensalem. It was initially spotted in Solebury Township on May 7 and was also reported in Hulmeville on Thursday.
Wildlife officers say the bear may be searching for a mate. It's been seen in backyards, fields and other areas. Authorities are cautioning people to stay away from it.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission set a trap for the bear Saturday, but it hasn't been caught. Officials say that once it's caught it will be taken back to a more rural area, such as Pike County or Centre County.