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Woman wanted after she ran off following dog attack along the BeltLine: Police

Police said during the attack, the victim was bit on the arm by the suspect's dog. She was left with serious injuries.
Credit: Atlanta Police Department

ATLANTA — Atlanta Police investigators need help finding a woman who they said ran off after her dog was involved in an attack along the BeltLine that left a woman with serious bites.

According to officials, the victim was walking her dog along the popular trail around 5 p.m. on April 2. As she neared the Bitsy Grant Tennis Center in northwest Atlanta, police said her dog was attacked by another dog. 

Police said during the attack, the victim was bit on the arm, and was left with serious injuries. Officials said the owner of the other dog was eventually able to get control of her animal. 

Police said the woman told the victim she was going to try and put her dog away and would come back, but officials said she left and did not return.

Authorities are now looking for the woman, and are asking anyone with information to call the Crime Stoppers tip line at 404-577-TIPS (8477) or online at www.StopCrimeATL.com.


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