SIMI VALLEY (CBSLA) — Hey, Boo Boo, bears don’t usually visit Simi Valley.

In a news alert headlined “Pic-A-Nic Basket Thief Apprehended,” Simi Valley police say they found a bear roaming through an industrial complex at 2280 Ward Avenue at about 1:40 a.m. Friday.

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The approximately 100-pound bear was was spotted wandering the area, “presumably looking for picnic baskets,” police said.

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The state Department of Fish and Game were called to the scene and cornered the bear after a “somewhat lengthy game of ‘cat and mouse.’” The bear was tranquilized and has been relocated to a remote location away from Simi Valley.

Bears are a rather unusual sight in Simi Valley, which more typically sees visits from mountain lions.

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And in their commitment to the Yogi Bear references, Simi Valley police said residents should remember to keep all compartmentalized woven baskets, red-and-white tablecloths, fine china, silverware, linens and any and all food items inside their homes.