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Sheriff’s deputies in California tried to stay safe while helping a big bear find its way out of a dumpster. Placer County Sheriff's deputies recognized the bear as a culprit they've encountered before. They call it ‘T-shirt’ because of the big white stripe down the brown bear’s chest. Even though they seemed to be on a first-name basis, deputies were smart to keep their distance. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.
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