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Dog playing fetch bites park-goer

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COLLEGE STATION, TX (KXXV) -

College Station police said a man was bitten by a dog in Brison Park on Tuesday night.

The man was bitten around 7 p.m. with a group of people when he approached the dog while it was playing fetch with two women.

Police said the dog is described as a white Pitbull mix with tan spots wearing a dark leash that dragged freely on the ground. 

The injuries of the man are unknown. 

Animal Control is asking for help locating this dog to rule out potential rabies exposure to the victim. If you have any information, call 979-764-3600. 

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