Black bear removed from NJ office complex
It was a bear of a day for employees at an office complex in New Jersey after a young black bear decided to come to work.
The bear was spotted roaming the area Thursday in Parsippany, about 30 miles northwest of New York City.
Rangers cornered the animal and shot it with a tranquilizer gun. It weighed more than 150 pounds, officials said.
After sleeping it off, the bear was taken to Black River County Park in Chester Township and released.
Alison Glazer-Baurenfind told The Daily Record of Parsippany she lives in Sussex County, where there are a lot of bears, but this was a first.
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