The DNR has a few ideas up its sleeves to remove the bear. The current plan is to nab it with a barrel trap, which have doors that close once an animal grabs the bait inside, and officials have set several where the most-recent sightings occurred. Other options include using lights, firecrackers, or rubber bullets to drive the bear back across the state line into Michigan. According to Veverka, tranquilizer darts will only be used if the other methods fail. After the bear is returned, Michigan Department of Natural Resources staff will release it into one of the state’s northern counties.