Dog bites Home Depot customer in face, leaves victim 'severely injured'
EVERGREEN, Colo. - Colorado authorities said they have found the owner of a dog who bit a customer's face at a Home Depot, leaving the victim severely injured.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office said on April 6, a woman was with her dog at the local home improvement store in Evergreen.
The woman had asked the customer to give her dog a treat in an effort to train the animal.
Deputies said the customer agreed and gave the dog a treat, but the dog then bit the customer in the face.
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While store employees tended to the victim, the woman and the dog left the store.
"The victim sustained serious injuries and requires facial surgery as a result of the bite," authorities said in a Facebook post.
After alerting the public, authorities found the dog's owner later that night.
This story was reported from Los Angeles.