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Police hunt alleged dog attacker

NSW Police
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A man who allegedly tried to have sex with a dog in Sydney’s west remains on the run after escaping a police helicopter and the dog squad on Monday.

The first incident is said to have occurred on Sunday while two woman aged 20 and 23 were walking two dogs on the Canal walkway at Greystanes around 1pm.

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The man approached the women on a bike and began speaking to them. He then is alleged to have assaulted one of the dogs before exposing himself to the women.

Police say the men then attempted to commit bestiality with the other dog.

The women quickly fled the area and contacted police.

The suspect was wearing a grey t-shirt and dark blue shorts with a pin stripe through them.

Police have released an image of the suspects bike. Photo: NSW Police

He also wore dirty white and red skater style shoes.

On Monday, police detectives patrolling the area spotted a man who matched the suspect on Gipps Road, near Bilpin Street, Greystanes.

The man fled police, despite the police helicopter and the dog squad being deployed in the chase.

The man is described as of sub-continental appearance, 180-190cm tall, with a dark complexion, unshaven, with short black hair.

Police have also released an image of the suspect’s bike.

Anyone with information on the incidents is urged to contact New South Wales Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or

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