Bear trying to get doughnuts tears off Colorado car bumper


A bear with a sweet tooth tore off the bumper of a auto used to deliver doughnuts in Steamboat Springs, then tried to claw its way through the trunk to get to what smelled so delicious inside. Then they saw the claw marks.

'That vehicle just constantly smells like a rolling bakery, ' she said.

At first she and her husband assumed that some careless driver had rammed into their mangled vehicle. "It's like Winnie the Pooh with honey".

The bear left a paw print on the auto and left the scene after it couldn't successfully get into the Ford Focus.

The owners of a Colorado doughnut shop said a bear ripped off the rear bumper of their delivery vehicle trying to get to the doughnut smell in the trunk.

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She said there were no doughnuts in the auto at the time, but there were aprons in the vehicle that smelled heavily of the pastry treats.

The suspect left on his way paw prints after his unsuccessful attempt.

A hungry and perhaps desperate bear in Colorado could not resist the tantalizing scent of doughnuts.

"I guess if anyone is an expert about this, it's us", he joked.

The Robertsons own Moose Watch Cafe - in downtown Steamboat.