The tag in one ear says CT, the tag in the other ear says B-1, and people who live in Madison have come to know CT Bear B-1, if not love her.
"One of my kids was outside when she came in the yard, and for some reason she decided to run at the child like she ran at the house yesterday?", asked Julie Powell. "She's a wild animal."
The bear appears on youtube.com moving quickly toward a cameraman recording the bear from inside his house. The Powells saw the bear from their house two weeks ago and Caleb Powell won't forget cleaning up after the animal.
"Oh, it was really stinky," he said. "I had to put everything back in our trash can. It knocked over everything, everything fell out and it tore up the trash bags," Caleb said.
According to a Madison animal control officer, Bear B-1 comes from Windsor Locks, but over the summer it's been seen in Guilford, Clinton, Killingworth, as well as Madison.
The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has set up a tubular trap on private property.
"We can't say for certain what our action will be if it is trapped. Since it has shown aggressive behavior before, if it continues to do so before it is trapped, or if its behavior escalates, then unfortunately, we may have to euthanize it," DEEP spokesman Dwayne Gardner said.