Birmingham news Public should call 999 if they spot 'scared and unpredictable' dog on the loose PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The dog went missing from private kennels near Whitchurch, where it has been boarding following an incident in which a police officer was bitten

Birmingham news Public should call 999 if they spot 'scared and unpredictable' dog on the loose PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The dog went missing from private kennels near Whitchurch, where it has been boarding following an incident in which a police officer was bitten

Birmingham news  Public should call 999 if they spot 'scared and unpredictable' dog on the loose PremierLeague-News.Com
04 August 2022 - 15:16

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A 'scared and unpredictable' dog that bit a police officer is still on the loose in Shropshire. People have been warned to call 999 if they spot the missing Staffordshire bull terrier cross as it could react aggressively if approached. The tan-coloured dog went missing from private kennels near Whitchurch on Monday, August 1. It had been boarding there since July 16, following an incident in which a police officer was bitten. Police had been called to the Shrewsbury street earlier that day following reports that an unattended dog had tried to attack a group of children. The officer, an experienced dog handler, suffered puncture wounds and bruising to his thigh and needed hospital treatment. He has now fully recovered. READ MORE: Police want to ID these men after football violence Officers were able to catch the dog and it was taken to kennels.

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. West Mercia Police has now joined forces with civilian group, Canine Capture, in a bid to find the animal. The force has stressed it does not wish the dog harm but has 'a duty to protect the public'. Chief Inspector Tracy Ryan, from the Shropshire Command Team, said: "This dog has been on the run for a few days now and it is likely that he is very scared and therefore his reactions will be unpredictable. The longer this goes on the more frightened he will become and the higher the risk. "We do not want to frighten members of the public but we do want to be very clear that if they try to approach the dog it could react aggressively and we do not want them to put themselves at risk. "If you see the dog call 999 immediately so that we and our civilian experts can take appropriate action. We do not wish the dog harm but we have a duty to protect the public." READ NEXT: Boy attacked with knife by robber who stole his bike Victim suffers broken teeth and jaw in Netherton fight, sparking police appeal Mum who 'can't get teenager out of bed' ends up in court after girl misses school for three months

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