Police Appeal for Witnesses and CCTV Footage After Dog Attack in Rotherham

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Police Appeal for Witnesses and CCTV Footage After Dog Attack in Rotherham

Authorities in Rotherham are urgently seeking witnesses and any available CCTV footage following a dog attack that occurred on Denman Road. The incident took place at approximately 16:34 on Monday, June 3.

Two individuals were injured during the incident. A 54-year-old woman sustained minor injuries, while a 31-year-old man suffered serious and potentially life-altering injuries. Emergency services responded promptly to the scene, but the aggressive dog proved difficult to control, posing a risk to both the public and emergency personnel.

In order to prevent further harm, authorisation was granted to destroy the dog. However, investigators are now focused on determining how the animal became dangerously out of control in the first place.

Police Appeal For Witnesses And Cctv Footage After Dog Attack In Rotherham

Detectives are appealing to anyone who witnessed the incident or has relevant CCTV footage to come forward. If you have information, you can contact the police via the following methods:

  1. Phone: Call 101.
  2. Online Live Chat: Visit the South Yorkshire Police website and use the new online live chat feature.
  3. Online Portal: Access the online portal at South Yorkshire Police Online Portal.

If you possess CCTV footage related to the incident, please email it to [email protected] with the subject line “675 of 3 June 2024.”

For those who wish to remain anonymous, Crimestoppers offers a confidential reporting option. Contact them at 0800 555 111 or submit information online via Crimestoppers UK.

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