Monday, March 12, 2018

MILTON KEYNES ENGLAND - A BULL TERRIER ATTACKED THE GUIDE DOG OF A REGISTERED BLIND MAN AS HE WAS COMING OUT OF THE CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION

Police are appealing for witnesses after a report of a dangerous dog in Milton Keynes.
It follows an incident at Milton Keynes Central railway station at 9.15am on 26 February when a man’s guide dog was attacked.
The guide dog’s owner, a 74-year-old man who is registered blind, was coming out of the main doors at the station with his wife and guide dog, when it was attacked by a black and brown  BULL TERRIER.
The guide dog sustained several bites and required treatment from a vet.
Investigating officer PC Martin Connor, of the Investigation Hub at Milton Keynes, said: “The incident happened at a time when the railway station would have been busy and we would like any witnesses to contact us.
“We would be grateful if anyone with information could contact the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number on 101, quoting reference 43180061146.”

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