Manitowoc Police Searching for Dog Owner Following Biting Incident

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The Manitowoc Police Department is looking for help in locating a dog owner.

At approximately 4:15 p.m., a 12-year-old female was bitten on the inside of her right foot by a small to medium sized dog while at Red Arrow Park.

The female was out in the open when the dog ran up to her and bit her on her foot.

The female then proceeded to walk home from the park and reported the incident later.

The dog was described as a small to medium sized light brown dog with a white underbelly, and did not have a collar or any tags on it.

The police are now looking for a male subject, thought to be the dog’s owner.

The White Male appears to be in his 20’s to 30’s approximately six feet tall with an average build wearing a black jacket. 

He was last seen walking north from the park toward Lincoln High School.

A male subject, thought to possibly be the owner of the dog, is described as a male white in his 20’s to 30’s approximately six feet tall with an average build wearing a black jacket. He left the area walking north from the park toward Lincoln High School.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to call the Manitowoc Police Department at 920-686-6500 or Crime Stoppers at 920-683-4466.

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