CATERHAM ENGLAND - AN UNLEASHED BULL TERRIER ATTACKED 2 BOYS PLAYING FOOTBALL IN QUEENS PARK - "RESPONSIBLE OWNER" JUST KEPT ON WALKING WITH HIS MAULER
A dog bit two boys playing football in a Caterham park on Wednesday.
The dark brown bull terrier attacked the teenagers at around 3pm in Queens Park, near the cafe.
The boys, from Caterham School, were bitten on the leg, causing puncture wounds.
The owner of the dog, who was some distance away, appeared to ignore the situation and carried on walking, according to police.. He is described as about 50 years old with silver/grey hair and was around six feet tall.
PC Dave Johns from the Tandridge Safer Neighbourhood Team said: "This was a nasty incident which left two boys with leg injuries.
"We are trying to trace the owner of the bull terrier and would like to hear from anyone who might have information that could help the investigation.
"We are particularly keen to hear from any dog walkers who use this park and may know who the owner is."