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Fargo Police looking for dog that attacked an 8-year-old girl

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FARGO — The Fargo Police Department asks the public for help in locating a dog they say attacked a young girl in north Fargo on Friday, Oct. 9.

According to police, the incident happened in the 50th block of 18th Avenue North where an 8-year-old girl was bit in the face by a blonde colored dog that is believed to be a boxer/lab/pitbull mix. Police said the dog was wearing a collar with a red tag, and was seen running with a gray husky.

Police said the dog might be involved in another attack on a dog in a fenced-in yard in the 1700 block of First Street North on Friday.

They want to locate the blonde dog to determine if rabies shots need to be administered.

Anyone with information is asked to contact dispatch at 701-451-7660.

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