Girl’s Dog Hailed Hero After Attacking Man, Stopping Abduction

Wow! Pet goals!

A little girl’s dog has been hailed a hero after stopping an attempted abduction. The ten year old who lives in Woodbridge, Virginia was out with her pup when its protective instincts kicked in.

According to Sgt. Jonathan Perok of the Prince William County Police department, her dog sensed that something was wrong when a creepy man attempted to grab her arm. The loyal companion leapt into action, immediately latching onto the stranger’s arm. After the dog eventually let go, the perp ran off.

The Prince William County Police Department wrote the following message on Facebook:
*INCIDENT: Attempted Abduction | Woodbridge;
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At approximately 3:50pm, the victim, a 10-year-old girl, was reportedly walking her dog in the 1800 block of Heather Glenn Ct in Woodbridge when an unknown man approached her and grabbed her arm. During the encounter, the victim’s dog bit the suspect who then released her and fled on foot. A police K-9 checked the area. The suspect was not located. The victim was not injured. The investigation continues.

Suspect Lookout:
Hispanic male, unknown age, 5’3″, 145lbs with a thin build, short brown hair and a goatee. Last seen wearing a white striped shirt and light colored long pants.

This is exactly why my children will always have a dog! People are crazy and you can’t be with your children every second of every day.

His identity is still unknown. If you or someone you know has any information, call the Prince William County Police at 703-792-6500.
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