Police appeal for witnesses after woman is bitten by dog in Lowestoft
A woman needed medical treatment after she was bitten by a dog in Lowestoft.
Police are seeking witnesses and are appealing for information following the incident in Raglan Street.
The woman was walking alone, at about 6pm last Tuesday October 25, when she passed a man walking a large white and brown dog, with Boxer dog features.
A police spokesman said: 'The dog jumped up at the victim and bit her fingers and stomach, breaking the skin and causing her to bleed. The woman subsequently required medical treatment.'
Information to contact the Incident and Crime Management Hub on 101 quoting reference 63419/16.
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