Dangerous dogs reported in Kansas City, Kan.
04/29/2014 3:55 PM
04/29/2014 3:56 PM
Kansas City, Kan., authorities say three people were bitten by the same pack of dogs over the weekend.
Animal control officers captured one of the dogs but two others remain on the loose. Officials warn residents in the area between 11th to 17th streets and Everett to Garfield avenues to watch out for the animals. One is a male brindle Boxer with cropped ears. The other is a fawn female Boxer.
If anyone has information about the dogs, they are asked to call the animal control shelter at 913-321-1445 or the police non-emergency line at 913-596-3000.
Tony Rizzo, email@example.com
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