Animal-related road incidents are increasing say Plymouth police
POLICE reported that they are dealing with an increasing number of incidents where animals have been involved in collisions or found on the city's roads.
Officers in Crownhill were yesterday trying to locate a dog – possibly a Beagle – that was reported to have been running in the road.
They believe it had been struck by two cars and bitten a member of the public at around 3.30pm.
Wildlife crime officers also had reports of two goats running along Vinery Lane in Plymstock, not far from the A38.
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Police are urging animal owners to keep gates and hedges properly locked.