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May 21, 2009 at 4:00 PM

Bear about town

Courtney Blethen / The Seattle Times

Sergeant Kim Chandler, of Washington State Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Police, prepares a Dan-Inject dart gun, filled with the tranquilizer telazol, while on a hunt for a bear around Shoreline at Twin Ponds Park.

Where’s Waldo?

Editor, The Times:

Regarding the black bear that no one seems to be able to find, the one someone named “Urban Phantom” [“Elusive bear out there … somewhere,” Local News, May 21] –don’t you think it should have been named “Waldo”? That seems more appropriate to me.

— Jeff Wedgwood, Issaquah

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