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Slideshow: Bear shot after chicken coop raid still on the loose

Dave Battle and Jessy Coltrane, biologists from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, track a wounded bear near Tracy Drive on Wednesday morning.
Marc Lester
Jessy Coltrane and Dave Battle, biologists from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, are tracking a wounded bear on the Anchorage Hillside on Wednesday morning.
Casey Grove
Dave Battle and Jessy Coltrane, biologists from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, search for a wounded bear on the Anchorage Hillside on Wednesday morning.
Casey Grove
Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologists Dave Battle, left, and Jessy Coltrane cross DeArmoun Road Wednesday morning. They followed bear tracks through Anchorage Hillside neighborhoods on Wednesday, October 24, 2012. The biologists trying to track a bear they believed was the same one that was shot by a homeowner protecting his chicken coop.
Marc Lester
Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Jessy Coltrane followed bear tracks through Anchorage Hillside neighborhoods on Wednesday, October 24, 2012. The biologists were trying to track a bear they believed was the same one that was shot by a homeowner protecting his chicken coop.
Marc Lester
Jessy Coltrane, a biologist from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, tracks a wounded bear on the Anchorage Hillside on Wednesday morning.
Marc Lester
Craig Medred