The number of dangerous dogs attacks in Suffolk has doubled, a Freedom of Information request has revealed. 

The East Anglian Daily Times report:

DANGEROUS dog attacks in Suffolk have nearly doubled in four years, we can reveal.

According to new figures, 529 offences relating to dogs have been reported to police since 2008.

The data, from a Freedom of Information request, includes dangerous dogs causing injury in a public place and owners allowing dogs to enter places and cause injury.

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