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Young couple sought after Staffie kills dog in attack

By Staff Reporter

Published 05/11/2016

Anyone with information which would assist in the investigation should contact the council by calling 028 2563 3120 or the PSNI on their 101 non-emergency number
Anyone with information which would assist in the investigation should contact the council by calling 028 2563 3120 or the PSNI on their 101 non-emergency number

A local authority has launched an appeal for information on the death of a dog.

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is investigating an alleged dog attack that resulted in the death of another dog.

The incident took place on the Antrim Road in Ballymena at approximately 12.30pm yesterday.

Officers are seeking assistance in identifying the people in charge of a blue-grey Staffordshire bull terrier-type dog.

The suspects have been described as a woman in her twenties with dark hair tied in a ponytail who was wearing a green parka jacket, and a man of about 30 years old with short fair hair who wearing light-coloured tracksuit bottoms.

Anyone with information which would assist in the investigation should contact the council by calling 028 2563 3120 or the PSNI on their 101 non-emergency number.

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