Last Updated on June 14, 2023 by Fumipets
Tragic Canine Clash: South London Woman’s Dog Mauled to Death in Park as ‘Killer Dog’ Owner Flees
A Terrifying Encounter in a Peaceful Park
A shocking event unfolded in the serene environment of a South London park as a woman helplessly witnessed her beloved Pomeranian being brutally attacked by what’s described as an ‘American Bully’.
This distressing incident happened in Grafton Square near Clapham Common on Monday, June 12, around 6:10 PM, turning a usual evening walk into a horrifying ordeal.
The Consequence of a Canine Clash: Tragic End for a Pomeranian
The Pomeranian, a breed known for its small stature and lively personality, stood little chance against the medium-sized, muscular American Bully.
Despite the efforts to rescue it, the smaller dog sadly succumbed to its injuries. Compounding the tragedy, the owner of the American Bully fled the scene, vanishing into a nearby estate and leaving the scene of despair behind.
The Investigation: Metropolitan Police Steps In
A Metropolitan Police spokesperson confirmed to MyLondon that officers are investigating the incident in which the dog lost its life.
The suspect is described as a black female in her 40s, donning a black quilted jacket, black leggings, an orange top, and a Burberry check headscarf. Despite extensive efforts, no arrests have been made as the enquiry continues.
A Call to Action: Witnesses Sought in South London Dog Attack
The Metropolitan Police are urging witnesses or anyone with any information to come forward and assist in the investigation. Those with relevant information can contact the police at 101 or reach out via Twitter @MetCC. Quote CAD 6546/12JUN while providing information.
This tragic incident serves as a stark reminder of the importance of responsible pet ownership and the devastating consequences that can occur when control is lost.
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