Dog attack: South Yorkshire Police seek owner of German Shepherd after elderly man is bitten
Police are searching for the owner of a German Shepherd after a 77-year-old man was bitten over the weekend.
Officers were called to Shaftsbury Avenue, Intake, Doncaster, just before 8am on Sunday (May 22) to reports of an out of control dog.
A 77-year-old man was bitten on his hand and arm.
The dog, a male German Shepherd, has now been seized by officers – but officers are still trying to locate its owner.
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Anyone with information should call 101 and quote incident number 752 of May 22.