Animal Protection Officers Seek Identity of Dog Walker

Sully District Station – Animal Protection Police officers would like help identifying the woman who was walking a dog that bit a 14-year-old teen on Wednesday, January 18, around 3 p.m. The teen was walking on Sully Park Drive near Kamputa Drive when he passed a woman walking a dog on a leash. The dog jumped up and bit the teen on the wrist. The woman asked the teen if he was ok and then she walked away without leaving her information. The victim went to a local hospital for treatment and started on post exposure shots.

The dog walker was described as a Hispanic female, in her 40s, short in stature, with black hair and possibly wearing jogging clothes. The dog was described as medium sized, with short hair. The dog was brown, with a white belly, and had upright ears.

Animal Protection Police officers need to locate the dog walker and owner in order to verify that the dog has a current rabies vaccination. Officers will be increasing their patrols in the area of the incident to attempt to locate the owner and dog.

We are asking anyone with information to contact the Animal Protection Police by calling 703-691-2131 or Crime Solvers electronically by visiting http://www.fairfaxcrimesolvers.org or text-a-tip by texting “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES(274637) or by calling 1-866-411-TIPS(8477).

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Categories: Animal Bite, Animal Control, Animal Protection Police, Seeking Information, Sully Police District

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