Appeal after dog attacked by another dog not on the lead while walking in Chesterfield

A dog was attacked by another dog not on a lead while being walked by its owner in Chesterfield yesterday (March 24).

Thursday, 25th March 2021, 11:50 am

The incident is reported to have happened at around 3pm on a public footpath between fields on Crow Lane.

Derbyshire Police are appealing for the public to help them identify the owner of the dog who attacked another animal.

The victim dog is said to have been on a lead with its owner, while the offending dog was let off the lead and ‘a way’ in front of its owner before it attacked.

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A dog was attacked by another dog on a public footpath between fields on Crow Lane yesterday (March 24).
A dog was attacked by another dog on a public footpath between fields on Crow Lane yesterday (March 24).

The offending dog is a white English Bull Terrier and the owner is a man, who was seen to be wearing a dark blue Adidas hoody, light blue shorts, white socks and trainers.

Anyone who has information that could help officers to track down the dog walker, should contact Derbyshire Police on 101 and quote incident number 730 of 24/03/21.

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