13-year-old girl needs facial reconstruction after dog attack which saw her owner flee


After being mauled by a savage dog attack, a girl aged 13 will need facial reconstruction surgery.

The Staffordshire Bull Terrier attacked the teenager from Letchworth (North Hertfordshire) while she was on a family walk.

Between them, she had entered an unfilled field. She was in the vicinity of Kyrkeby and Webb Close when she saw her mother and ran towards her. The animal then attacked her nose and jumped up at her.

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Police are now looking for the owner of the dog who fled the scene quickly.

Reports indicate that the girl is currently in hospital for treatment of serious facial injuries. She will need an operation to try to restore her appearance. The Mirror.

The incident happened in a field in Letchworth, North Herftordshire while the teen was walking with her family
The incident occurred in Letchworth in North Herftordshire, as the teenager was walking with her family.

The attacker is described as a white male with red hair and wearing dark shorts and a light blue shirt on the day of his attack.

Detective Sergeant Michael Ball said that both the man, and his dog, are well-known to officers and in the local area. He requested anyone who saw the incident or has the identity of the owner to contact him immediately.

Manchester has two. “big, angry”Residents on a quiet street have been forced to keep their dogs indoors by their canine companions after a series of incidents involving dogs. “barbaric” attacks.

Police are searching for the dog's owner after he fled the scene
After the dog fled the scene, police are now searching for its owner

According to reports, the Shar Pei dogs wandered unsupervised in Platt Lane and nearby streets in Moss Side, Manchester. Their neighbours are now on constant alert.

It is believed that at least four cats were killed by the beastly pets. One woman was also bitten.

Local residents have expressed concern that the pets were allowed to roam within close proximity to a primary education.

Stephanie, a woman who wishes to remain anonymous, said that she saw her 15-year-old neighbor’s cat being killed by dogs on May 26.