Wild, Unpredictable Animals Spotted Roaming Hudson Valley Streets
Police are warning the public after more wild animals were found roaming Hudson Valley streets.
On Tuesday just before midnight, the Kington Police Department received word about three bears who were seen walking the streets of Kingston.
The bears were spotted in the area of Albany Avenue, South Manor Avenue and Elmendorf Street in Kingston, police say.
"PLEASE DO NOT APPROACH THEM! THEY ARE WILD ANIMALS AND THEIR REACTIONS CAN NOT BE PREDICTED," Kingston police wrote in all-caps on their Facebook page.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation was notified about the bears and are investigating, according to the Kingston Police Department.
The news comes just about a week after three other bears were found sleeping outside a Kingston home, one made a break for it and led police on a wild chase.
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