Police appeal after assistance dog attacked by Mastiff and Labrador at Lincoln golf club

Police are appealing for information after an assistance dog was attacked by two other dogs at a city golf club. A teenager was walking through Carholme Golf Club in Lincoln when a brown Tibetan Mastiff and black Labrador ran over and attacked his assistance dog.

The dog was bitten on the back and had to be given pain relief which meant it was unable to carry out its duties. Officers are now trying to locate the owner of the Mastiff and Labrador, and have offered a description to help track him down.

A spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police said: “He is described as a white man, between 5ft 7 and 5ft 10, with a slim build and is thought to be in his 30s. He had very short dark brown hair and a dark brown beard.

“At the time of the incident, he was wearing a black hoodie and black jogging bottoms. His clothes were baggy on him. The dog owner was holding two dogs leads, one that was blue and one that was red.

“If anyone witnessed this incident or knows who the owner of the dogs described above is, please get in touch. Email PC 162 McGinnis who is the officer in charge of this incident on [email protected] quoting the number 24000250719.”

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