A pit bull has attacked another dog and owner at a park in New Cross.

The attack happened on February 8 at around 4.40pm in Bridgehouse Meadows.

Police are looking to speak to the owner of the aggressive dog, who is described as an adult female, white, slim, around five foot five with long brown hair pulled back into a ponytail.

The dog is reportedly a young pit bull, under a year old, white with greyish patches.

Officers have said that the woman allegedly responsible for the dog “is not engaging with police”.

If you have any further information about the attack or suspect, contact police quoting reference number 3203329/22 New Cross Safer Neighbourhoods Team tweeted: “#Appeal New Cross SNT need your help!

“Were you around the Bridgehouse Meadows, New Cross area on 8th February 2022 at 1640? Then please read the below.

“A dog has attacked a dog and their owner, however the woman responsible is not engaging with police.

“#Police #teamwork “New Cross safer neighbourhood team are currently trying to locate the suspect from a dog attack at Bridgehouse Meadows, New Cross on February 8 2022 at 1640.

“Description of dog: Young pit bull, under a year old, white with greyish patches, “Description of owner: Adult female, white (ethnic appearance, slim frame, approximately 5ft 5 in heigh. Long brown hair pulled back into a ponytail.

“If you have any information regarding this, please contact 101 by phone or website quoting reference: 3203329/22.”

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