Police hunt for pet owner after Staffordshire Terrier kills cat

Officers stopped three drivers speeding on the A47. Picture: Denise Bradley

Officers stopped three drivers speeding on the A47. Picture: Denise Bradley - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016

Police are looking for a dog owner after a cat was killed in an attack in Gorleston.

The incident saw a dog, described as a chocolate coloured Staffordshire Terrier, attack a cat behind some flats on Leman Road before it ran towards the old railway track.

The cat died as a result of the incident.

According to Norfolk Police, it's believed the same dog was then seen a short time later with a woman near to the Victoria Road roundabout heading in the direction of Lowestoft Road area.

Officers are keen to trace the woman who is described as white, in her mid-30s, with dark long hair in a ponytail and wearing jeans.


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It is also believed the woman was accompanied by two young males.

Anyone who may have any information should contact PC Vinny Gray at Great Yarmouth Police Station on 101.

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