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Boy hurt in Millom dog attack

Police are investigating an incident which occurred in the area of St. James’ School field near to Albert Street and Furness Street in Millom on Monday 1st October 2018.

A boy was bitten by a large black dog at around 4pm whilst taking part in an after school club; the young boy has received an injury to his left hand.

Police are trying to locate the dog and identify its owner. The dog is described as black with a white patch on its front, possibly a Labrador type or similar. The male believed to be with the dog is described as bald, with a limp and wearing a dark hoody or jacket with the hood up.

Anyone with information should call PC 2467 Cutts on 101 quoting log number 183 of 1st October or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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