An elderly man has been bitten by a dog while he was visiting a coastal car show.

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The man, who is in his 70s and from Harwich, was bitten by the dog while at the Little Clacton car show in Plough Corner, on May 18.

The Tibetan mountain dog bit the man after he tripped over it, and police are appealing for the animal’s owners to come forward.

The dog’s owners came to the man’s aid, and police would like them to get in touch.

They are asked to call Pc Steven Baldwin at Harwich police station on 101.



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