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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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene, and I'll take 24 pies please. Well, that was one bear's version of a grand slam breakfast after breaking into a Colorado bakery. The owners of Colorado Cherry Company say they've experienced bear break-ins before, but this one was kind of creative. Apparently, during his early morning ransack, the bear went for apple and cherry pies, but left the strawberry rhubarb pies untouched. So a bear has more selective taste in pie than me, not to mention Yogi. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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