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Bears Roam Into Duarte and Bradbury Neighborhoods, Hang Out For a While

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Two bears proved yesterday that they will not be scared off by the tagging and removing of their friends -- one bear in Duarte and another in Bradbury roamed into residential neighborhoods, then hunkered down in their chosen locations and stayed for a few hours.

NBC Los Angeles reports that the Bradbury bear was spotted around 1:00 p.m., at which point he climbed a tree and refused to come down for a large part of the afternoon. In Duarte, a bear and three cubs roamed into a vacant home.

Residents didn't seem too concerned about the whole ordeal, noting that the bears are kind of a common sighting in the area.

“They come down here and nose around and go back again,” resident Wendell Hanson told NBC.