The dog owner is charged with violating the law on keeping dogs after a child died in Brumunddal this weekend as a result of an attack by two dogs.
The Innlandet Police District stated that the two dogs, which have now been killed, were a Rottweiler and a Golden Retriever. The dogs were killed on Saturday afternoon.
The police were notified of the attack a little after noon on Saturday.
The dog owner is charged under section 28 of the Dog Act, which deals with punishment for a dog owner who intentionally or negligently fails to prevent the dog from unlawfully attacking or injuring a person.
The penalty under this section is a fine or imprisonment for up to six months.
The police continue to clarify the circumstances surrounding the incident. Forensic scientists investigated the scene on Saturday.
Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews
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