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A police force has come under fire for plans to put down a dog that bit four people after it escaped from a garden during Storm Doris.

Muppet the dogImage copyrightNORTHAMPTONSHIRE POLICE
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Northamptonshire Police has applied for a Civil Destruction Order for Muppet
A police force has come under fire for plans to put down a dog that bit four people after it escaped from a garden during Storm Doris.
Northamptonshire Police has applied for a Civil Destruction Order for Muppet - seized from Ingleborough Way, Duston, near Northampton, on 23 February.
The force announced the move on its Facebook page and has had 129 comments to date, most attacking the decision.
Police said letting the dog live was not a "safe option".
The dog's owner has refused to sign a destruction order, so a hearing will take place at Wellingborough Magistrates' Court on 10 October.
'Poor dog'
In total, four people were bitten and needed medical treatment.
Sgt Liam O'Neil said: "Letting the dog back was not an option. There were too many victims for this to be considered a safe option."

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