An investigation has been launched after an "XL Bully" type dog sunk its teeth into a passerby in Swadlincote, South Derbyshire.
Officers are investigating the incident which took place on November 16.
Officers from the Swadlincote Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) confirmed they were looking to speak to two people in connection with the incident.
The dog was reported to Derbyshire police as appearing to be like an XL Bully type dog.
The XL Bully Breed has been controversial (file pic)
However, at this time officers cannot be certain of the breed.
A spokesperson from Swadlincote SNT said: "SNT Officers are appealing to the public to try and identify two people of interest, in relation to a dog bite incident that took place on the November 16 2023, at around 10:15am, on the parkland off William Nadin Way.
"The dog involved is described as being an XL Bulldog type, which was medium build.
"Two people of interest who were present at the incident are described as a white female, around 40 years old, and large built.