Walker attacked by dogs on the loose in Royston

14:37 30 January 2014

Hertfordshire Constabulary

Hertfordshire Constabulary


A dog walker and her pet have been attacked by two dogs.

The incident occurred at about 6.15pm on Sunday.

The victim, a woman, was walking her dog on a lead in Newman Avenue, Royston, when two dogs approached and attacked her and her dog.

A spokesman for Hertfordshire Police said the dogs did not appear to have an owner with them.

The dogs are described as a brown or black rotweiler-type and a Staffordshire bull terrier.

Anyone with information should contact Pc Ricky Heathcote on 101, quoting crime number G4/14/66.


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