Disabled Womans dog killed by FOUR teenagers

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Disabled Womans dog killed by FOUR teenagers

Post  Admin on Fri Jan 23, 2009 2:00 pm

FOUR teenagers threatened to cut the metal plate from the spine of a disabled woman after killing her dog.

More harrowing details have emerged about the daylight gang attack on the 38-year-old woman at her home in Dovecot earlier this month. Today it was revealed that the gang cut open the woman’s Yorkshire terrier Willow and hanged it on a stake outside her home in Snowberry Road.

They then burst into the house and attacked her. They threatened to cut a metal plate from the woman, the reason for her disability, and ran a knife blade down her back. The mother-of-three, who uses crutches, suffered knife lacerations across her whole body, including her back, hands, chest and face.

It has also emerged that she had suffered persistent anti-social behaviour at her home over the past six months. Police had previously received reports of trouble, and the beleaguered woman received regular distressing taunts. Merseyside police confirmed they were called to the woman’s home at around 2pm on Sunday January 4.

Detectives arrested a 13-year-old boy and an 18-year-old teenager in connection with the incident. Both have been released on bail. Police are studying telephone calls made to them from the address about the mother being targeted by yobs. She remains hugely traumatised by the attack. Officers still need to speak to people who may have saw the attackers or have information to help the inquiry.

The four attackers, who covered their faces with hoods, scarves and caps, escaped by the back door through the garden in the direction of Altfinch Close. Anyone with information should contact police on 0151-777 4565 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111

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