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Dog injured in West Norfolk village incident

Police have this afternoon appealed for witnesses in connection with a dog attack in a West Norfolk village.

Officers say a woman was walking her Lhasa Apso, a breed of dog which originates from Tibet, along Common Road, Runcton Holme at around 8.45am last Wednesday, August 12 when it suffered a leg injury in an attack by a black lurcher.

Police are keen to trace a woman who was walking the lurcher at the time of the incident.

Crime news (37115662)
Crime news (37115662)

Anyone who saw the incident, or who has information, is asked to contact PC Sophie Messenger, of Downham police, on 101, quoting incident number 36/55415/20.

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