SALINA, Kan. (AP) _ Saline County authorities say a television crew has been in Kansas looking for Bigfoot.
The Salina Journal reports that Saline County sheriff's deputies got a call of suspicious vehicles Monday near a rural residence.
Sheriff Glen Kochanowski says deputies found a television crew with several sport utility vehicles and a U-Haul at the site and determined the vehicles belonged to the crew from Ping Pong Productions of Los Angeles, Calif. The sheriff says the crew had the landowner's permission to be at the location.
A representative of the television crew said they had received information about a Bigfoot sighting in the area and were recording video for a cable program called ``Finding Bigfoot.''
But the sheriff says members of the crew told deputies they hadn't found anything.
Information from: The Salina (Kan.) Journal, http://www.salina.com
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