‘Dangerous’ dog seized after dog dies in Leeds park attack

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Police have seized a dog under the Dangerous Dogs Act after another dog was savaged to death in an attack in a Leeds park.

Officers were called to Cross Flatts Park in Beeston last Thursday afternoon after reports of a fatal dog attack and concerns for the safety of the wider public.

Following enquiries, they attended a property in Beeston on Monday, where a dog was seized.

West Yorkshire Police declined to say which street the dog was removed from as it “may identify the owner”.

Enquiries are ongoing.

27 October 2017.
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