A bear cub with a sweet tooth ravaged an Arizona kitchen making the owner of the home suspect that his grandchildren had made the mess.
The 30-pound cub broke in through the kitchen window of a home in Sonoita, Ariz., Thursday, and helped itself to a chocolate cake on the counter as well as jelly beans, chips and bread in the pantry.
The raid made the home's owner, Phil Volk, think it was the work of his grandchildren, possibly up for a very early morning snack.
When he went to check, instead of finding grandkids smeared in chocolate, he saw the bear, and the damage it had wrought.
"It pulled the lid off a chocolate cake on the counter and finished that off. It tipped the trash and went through the contents of that," Volk told the Arizona Daily Star. "It [the kitchen] was total disarray. He ate very well."
Volk and his wife called 911 and the Arizona Game and Fish Department sent an officer to their home. By the time the officer arrived, the bear, who did not attack any humans during his food attack, had made its way into a bedroom.
The wildlife official tranquilized the bear and removed it from the home, a department spokeswoman told the Daily Star.
Instead of returning the bear to the wild, however, wildlife officials sent it to the Heritage Park Zoo in Prescott, Ariz., nearly 260 miles away.
Officials told the Daily Star the bear had likely been abandoned by its mother and was too young to return to the wild.