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12/12/2011 10:46:33 PM
An officer shot the bear with a tranquillizer dart Monday afternoon outside the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.
After about 10 minutes, the bear sat down as the sedative took effect, and appeared ready to fall three metres off the back of the truck onto the pavement.
Officers then carried the bear to a pickup truck and drove it away.
The black bear had been hunting for food in a dumpster inside the theatre's underground parking lot, witnesses said.
The dumpster contents, including the bear, were tipped into the truck and then the bear climbed out onto the top of the vehicle, when members of the public noticed the animal and called police.
The animal, estimated to be about 18 months old, will be released into the wild about 100 kilometres north of Vancouver Tuesday, a conservation officer told CBC News.
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