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Bears take up residence in Kamloops

A new family has moved into Kamloops, but no one's rolling out the welcome mat. A mother bear and her three cubs have moved into a residential neighborhood. Earlier this week, a Kamlooops family was trapped in their home while the bears raided fruit trees in their yard. Daybreak reporter Brady Strachan spoke with Mark Ibbetson about his ordeal.


 

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Brady also spoke with Conservation Officer, Darcy McPhee.

 

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