West Yorkshire Police dog team subjected to shocking hammer and crowbar attack on car

The smashed in windscreen of the police car
The smashed in windscreen of the police car

A West Yorkshire Police dog team was subjected to a shocking attack with crow bars and hammers as their police vehicle was rendered undriveable.

An apparently unmarked West Yorkshire Police car with the force's 'Team 4' dog and dog handler was subjected to this attack which left its windscreen smashed to pieces and several side windows shattered.

Fortunately the handler and the dog were both uninjured during the attack, the first details of which were made public at 6.42pm on Saturday (December 9).

The Yorkshire Evening Post has reached out to the force to ask where exactly the incident happened.

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