Monday, October 3, 2016

LUTON ENGLAND - A STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIER RAN UP TO A TEENAGE BOY IN A PARK AND ATTACKED HIM

The teenager was bitten by a brown staffordshire terrier


A TEENAGE boy was taken to hospital with 'serious injuries' after being attacked by a dog in a Luton park.
Between 5pm and 5.30pm on Sunday (October 2), the victim was with friends in a park located between Hibbert Street, Albert Road and New Town Street. A dog ran up to the victim and bit his left arm before running towards his owner.

The victim sustained serious injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment.
The dog is described as a fully grown, brown STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIER.  PC James Loi, who is investigating the incident for Bedfordshire Police, said: "The owner of the dog is a man but unfortunately the victim has not been able to give us any further details as to his description, so we are appealing for the public's help in identifying him.
"The incident took place in a busy park, and I'm hopeful that someone who was in the park on Sunday witnessed the incident and will be able to describe the owner to us. If you were in the park and you saw a person with a dog matching the description, or you know who the owner is, please do come forward. Your information could be vital to our investigation. 
Anyone with any information should contact PC Loi via 101 quoting crime reference number: C/40328/2016. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.


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