Owners sought after violent dog attack in Abbey Wood prompt police investigation

London, England – Police in Abbey Wood are currently on the lookout for the owners of two dogs involved in a “dangerous” attack incident.

The incident, which occurred on Blithdale Road on Friday morning, involved two dogs attacking another two dogs. Witnesses described the attack as violent, with the dogs appearing to be out of control and causing distress to onlookers. The dogs were allegedly off-leash in a residential street at the time of the incident, posing a risk to the community.

According to a spokesperson from the Metropolitan Police, no arrests have been made yet, but inquiries are ongoing to identify and speak with the owners of all the animals involved. The police are treating the incident seriously and are working to ensure the safety of residents in the area.

The community in Abbey Wood is expressing concern over the incident, emphasizing the importance of responsible pet ownership. Residents are calling for stricter regulations to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future, advocating for education on proper dog handling and leash laws.

In the wake of this alarming attack, authorities are urging pet owners to be vigilant and follow safety guidelines when walking their dogs in public areas. It is crucial for dog owners to understand their responsibilities in ensuring the well-being of both their pets and the community at large.

As the investigation unfolds, the police are appealing to anyone with information regarding the incident to come forward and assist in identifying the owners of the dogs involved. The goal is to hold accountable those responsible for the attack and prevent any further harm from occurring.