Lowestoft: Man pushed in chest while trying to stop Staffordshire bull terrier getting into his home


- Credit: citizenside.com

A man in his 60s was pushed in the chest while blocking a Staffordshire bull terrier from getting into his property.

The incident happened between 5.30pm to 6pm yesterday in St Peters Street, Lowestoft.

A man and dog were stood outside the victim’s property when the dog attempted to get in.

The victim used his foot to block the doorway, but then the man pushed the victim in the chest with both hands.

No injury was caused and then the man and the dog left.

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The man is described as white, wearing a grey hoody, blue shorts and carrying a light blue bag.

Anyone with any information should call PC Charlie Baker at Lowestoft Police Station on 101, quoting reference LO/14/3986, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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