Posted: Sat 18th Nov 2023

Four injured in dog attack in Pwllheli as air ambulance attends

North Wales news and information
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Nov 18th, 2023

Four people have been injured following a dog attack in the Pwllheli area.

Police attended an address in the Rhoshirwaun area shortly before 11.30am on Friday, November 17th in response to reports of a dangerous dog incident.

Emergency services attended the scene which subsequently resulted in two people being airlifted to hospital with serious injuries. A further two people sustained minor injuries.

Following the incident, a total of 37 dogs and a number of cats have been seized from the address. The dog involved in the incident was destroyed and is yet to be examined by a vet to establish the breed.

There continues to be a police presence in the area whilst our enquiries continue.

Chief Superintendent Sian Beck said: “We understand this was a concerning incident in the local area and wish to reassure the community that there is no further risk to the wider public.

“We have launched a joint investigation with the RSPCA and are appealing for anyone who may have information about the dogs located at the property to contact us.

“We would like to thank members of the local community for their patience and support whilst we were in attendance at this incident.”

Anyone with information that may help in our investigations should contact us via our live webchat online, or by calling 101, quoting reference A182569.

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