Reported by mosnews.com under the headline "Siberians complain about Bigfoot's appetite:"
The local Shor people in Kemerovo Region, Siberia, are reporting that something is snatching up the wild leek crop that is a staple of their diet, Itar-Tass Siberia reports. The onion-lovers leave behind abundant large footprints with clearly defined toes, similar to the prints found in the area earlier this year, the news service continues.
Bigfoot sightings are common in this remote section of the taiga and they have received attention worldwide... Now local Tashtagol District administrator Vladimir Makuta notes that he has received 14 new written reports of yeti sightings near the cave and the nearby Mrassu River.
It's too late to travel to spend your holiday weekend participating in the investigation of this phenomenon, but you can leave mystifying footprints in the comfort of your own home with the pictured Bigfoot action figure. Not at all elusive, you can find it any time at Archie McPhee. It has stamps on the bottom of its feet and comes with a stamp pad, and is guaranteed not to steal your leeks.