Haverhill: Woman injured after being bitten by dog
A WOMAN was injured while rescuing her dog which was being attacked by another canine.
The incident happened on Saturday, July 21, near the newt pond on School Lane, Haverhill, at around 7.35pm.
A brown dog with short fur attacked the victim’s own dog which she was walking in the area.
The woman, in her 30s, tried to remove her dog from the attack when she was bitten on the finger leaving it bruised.
Neither dog was injured.
The owner of the offending dog was a white woman, in her mid-50s with brown bobbed hair and was carrying a red dog lead.
Anyone with information should call Pc Matthew Egan, quoting crime number HH/12/1605, on 101.
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