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Parker Police seek owner, dog in Bradbury Ranch biting incident

Heather Willard
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Heather Willard / NewsBreak Denver / March 29, 2023

Editor's note: The Parker Police Department reported the suspect had been located Wednesday evening.

(Parker, Colo.) The Parker Police Department is seeking information about a dog bite incident that occurred in the Bradbury Ranch neighborhood on Tuesday, March 29.

According to the department, a teenage boy was bit at approximately 5 p.m. in the 16200 block of Peregrine Drive while riding his bike. The dog bit his back and leg, and the woman walking with the dog allegedly pulled the dog off the teenager and left the scene.

A neighbor heard the teenager’s screams and helped him get medical attention. Police reported the boy’s wounds required stitches.

The department is seeking community help in identifying the woman and her dog. She is described as a white female, between 5'4" and 5'6", weighing 130 pounds, with long brown curly hair. The dog is black with white and tan markings.

Anyone with information about the woman, dog or the incident can call the Parker Police Department's non-emergency line at 303-841-9800.

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