Killer dog goes on the run in Hatfield
A CONDEMNED dog is on the run from police and the animal warden after being sentenced to death. Despite an appeal
A CONDEMNED dog is on the run from police and the animal warden after being sentenced to death.
Despite an appeal being lodged against the dog's destruction, Freddie has gone missing from his home in Foxhollows, Hatfield.
As reported in last week's Welwyn & Hatfield Times, owners Frank and Michelle Scully, aged 54 and 30, were convicted of not keeping their two dogs, Freddie and Bones, under proper control after the pair attacked a string of family pets.
A Welwyn Hatfield Council spokeswoman said: "The whereabouts of the dog in question are currently unknown, and our dog wardens remain vigilant while out and about in the community.
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"If any members of the public see or become aware of any dog perceived to be dangerous, they should not attempt to capture it, and should report it immediately to the police on 0845 33 00 222.
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