A woman in her 60s was bitten by a chocolate Labrador in a Northamptonshire park. At about 3pm last Wednesday (May 17) a woman walking through Boughton Pocket Park passed a man, who had two dogs on their leads.
He was standing on the grass next to the footpath, looking down at his phone, according to Northamptonshire Police. One of the dogs – a chocolate Labrador – then jumped up at the woman in her 60s at the park near Northampton.
The animal bit her on the right arm causing a minor injury while the he other dog was a liver and white Springer Spaniel. The dog walker was white and his 40s.
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He was wearing a green sweatshirt, black trousers and carrying a mobile phone. A spokesperson for the force said: “Officers are appealing for this man to get in touch, or for anyone who knows who he is to contact them.
“Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Northamptonshire Police on 101. Incident number: 23000303016.”
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