ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Surveillance video captured a bear wandering a hall Sunday night at the Angel Fire Resort.
The bear let itself in through an automatic door and walked around for about 10 minutes before it left.
A few weeks ago a black bear was found in the kitchen of a home in Angel Fire.
Also earlier this summer an Angel Fire man shot and killed a bear he found eating popcorn on his couch in the middle of the night.
While bears generally try to avoid humans, the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish says drought conditions have forced them to wander farther in search of food.
Correction: An earlier version of this report erroneously said the bear entered the Angel Fire Resort through a door left open by an employee.
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