The Rockville City Police Department (RCPD) announced this morning that “RCPD and the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) safely and successfully trapped and relocated the Rockville bear to a new home outside the City and County. We wish we the bear the best in his new journey.” The Rockville City Police Department’s Neighborhood Services/Animal Control Division released a statement back on May 3 alerting the community that there had been several sightings of a large black bear throughout the city. A bear was also caught on camera going through the trash in a Kensington neighborhood near Connecticut Ave back on April 25.
Footage of the bear’s capture can be seen below courtesy of RCPD on Twitter.
This morning RCPD and DNR safely and successfully trapped and relocated the Rockville bear to a new home outside the City and County. We wish we the bear the best in his new journey. pic.twitter.com/1Ap3SoxQos
— Rockville City Police Department (@RockvilleCityPD) May 8, 2023
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