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Near 7 pm Monday night, the Lancaster Police Department posted these photos of the bear, with this cautionary statement , on thier Facebook page.
Within the last hour we have received multiple reports of a black bear seen in the area of Fox Valley Country Club on Genesee Street. These sightings were confirmed by our officers. Residents are urged to keep children and pets inside and call Lancaster Police at 683-2800 if you observe the bear.
The attached photos were taken of the bear eating out of a resident's bird feeder.
Then later Monday night, the Lancaster Police also posted these two photos, location not specified.
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