A bear cub walked into a grocery store and began climbing over the produce section before it was captured on Saturday in Ketchikan, Alaska. (YouTube)
KETCHIKAN, Alaska - A bear cub walked into a grocery store and began climbing over the produce section before it was captured on Saturday.
According to KRBD Radio in Ketchikan, police were called as the cub walked back and forth across the produce case. Officers showed up and helped as a customer grabbed the wayward bear cub and took it outside.
The report said that employees indicated the bear just walked into the store through the automatic doors.
The Anchorage Daily News said in a report that the cub was unusually small for this time of year, but officials in Ketchikan said they were not sure it was an orphan or not.
After it was caught, it was taken outside and released. As of Monday afternoon, according to the report, it had not been seen again.