Plantigrade Pastry Purloiner Persnickety A Colorado bakery recently found itself relieved of 24 pies in an overnight heist. But the ursine rapine left one type of tart behind.
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Plantigrade Pastry Purloiner Persnickety

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Plantigrade Pastry Purloiner Persnickety

Plantigrade Pastry Purloiner Persnickety

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A Colorado bear recently had itself a heck of a breakfast: 24 pies.

The owners of the Colorado Cherry Company bakery between Lyons and Estes Park say they've experienced bear break-ins before, but this one was a little choosy.

Apparently during his early morning ransack, the bear went for apple and cherry pies — but left the strawberry rhubarb pies untouched.