(West Yellowstone, MT) — The search continues for a grizzly bear believed to have killed a female hiker west of Yellowstone National Park. Authorities set up traps over the weekend and Monday but had yet to capture the bear believed to be responsible for the deadly incident. Authorities have identified the victim as Kansas resident Amie Adamson. They believe she was jogging in the area this past Saturday when the bear mauled her. They don’t believe the bear was acting predatory and may have been trying to protect a cub. WIldlife officials have collected fur samples in the hopes of catching the right bear and removing it from the area.