Appeal after child is bitten by dog in park

By Layth Yousif

15th Aug 2022 | Local News

Appeal after child is bitten by dog in park
Appeal after child is bitten by dog in park

Appeal after child is bitten by dog in park - Stevenage

Officers are appealing for information and witnesses after a boy was bitten by a dog while playing in a Stevenage park. 

The incident happened at the playing fields off Chester Road and Canterbury Way, with the boy, aged 11, suffering injuries to his face and requiring hospital treatment. His cheek had been bitten and scratched. 

The dog is described as brown and medium in size. 

PC Georgina Yeabsley said: "This incident happened in the middle of the afternoon during the school summer holidays when there were several other people on the fields who may have seen what happened.

"If you witnessed the incident or have information that could help us to identify the dog's owners please get in touch."

The incident occurred on Wednesday, July 27 at around 215pm. 

You can email PC Yeabsley at [email protected], report information online, use online web chat, or call our non-emergency number 101 quoting reference 41/60436/22.


Related Articles

Up Close on acclaimed North Herts business Sam's Pizza
Local News

Up Close: Sam's Pizza - 'The moment they announced lockdown I said I'd get a pizza oven'

Letchworth: Read the latest Nub News column from the brilliant David's Music. CREDIT: Unsplash
Local News

Letchworth: Read the latest news from the brilliant David's Music

Nub News Logo

Sign-up to the Letchworth Nub News weekly newsletter

Subscribe now for weekly updates of local news and sport from your town. Plus what's on near where you live - and local homes for sale. All delivered straight to your in-box, every Friday.

We won't pass your details on to anyone else. By clicking the sign-up button you agree to our Privacy Policy.