ROSEVILLE, MI – On Tuesday October 5th, 2020, Macomb County Animal Control along with Roseville Police asked for information from the public to help locate two vicious dogs that attacked a 63-year-old woman and killed her 7-month-old Beagle puppy.
They needed the help in identifying 2 dogs that were involved in a fatal attack leading to the death of a beloved pet, and seriously injuring 3 residents. The incident occurred on October 5th in Roseville at approximately 6:00PM, on Frazho Rd at Kathy Street, between Hayes Rd and Gratiot Avenue.
A woman was walking her dog and was viciously attacked by two dogs running at large. Residents who witnessed the incident happening before their eyes jumped into action to try and assist the woman and her dog. They were unfortunately also bitten in the process.
Witnesses described the aggressive dogs as one of them being a large stocky black pit bull type dog with a white chest and the other, a smaller red/brown pit bull type dog.
Until today, October 8th, 2020, the victims were undergoing very painful post-exposure Rabies treatments. The vicious animals will be tested for Rabies immediately.
It is important that anyone with information please contact our office or Roseville Police Department at (586)775-2100. We are hoping that someone may have images or videos that may have been captured on various security systems, such as a Ring doorbell. The incident is still being investigated and authorities are looking for a much information as possible.
If you have pertinent information regarding the attack, please contact Macomb County Animal Control at (586)469-5115.
If you would like to Join our Group on Facebook, you can find us at MI Crimes and Headlines or visit our Official page on Facebook. You can also find us on Instagram and Pinterest by clicking on either link.