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A 5-year-old boy was taken to hospital after being bitten by a dog in Leeds.
At 6.11pm yesterday police received a report of a five-year-old boy being bitten by a dog in Albert Mount, Horsforth.
Officers attended and the child was taken to hospital by ambulance for treatment to wounds to his face and leg.
His injuries are not considered life threatening and he is continuing to receive treatment in hospital today.
Officers seized an English bull terrier dog from a nearby address.
A 52-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of having a dog dangerously out of control and is currently in custody.
Dozens of servicemen from Horsforth who gave their lives in the First World War are to have their names added to the town's war memorial.Read the full story ›
Residents protested in the rush hour in Horsforth today.
Members of the Save Leeds Green Belt campaign handed out leaflets to drivers on the main A65 road.
They are concerned over plans to build houses on green field sites when they claim brownfield sites are still available.
They are urging residents to protest over the plans before a consultation period ends in seven days time.
'Horsforth Park' dog campaigners held a protest at Leeds Police Station today - demanding a change in the Dangerous Dog Law.Read the full story ›
Police looking for missing Leeds man David Clapham have been called to the discovery of a body.
The body was found by a member of the public on land off Rawdon Road, Horsforth, at about 10am.
Formal identification is yet to be completed but we believe it is the body of Mr Clapham. His next of kin has been informed. The death is not being treated as suspicious and details will be passed to the Coroner's Office.
Police in Leeds are making an urgent appeal for information to trace a man who has gone missing from home. David Clapham, aged 57, was last seen at his home in Horsforth on Tuesday night and was reported missing yesterday.
We are very concerned for Mr Clapham's welfare and urgently need to establish his whereabouts. We believe he has left his home on foot and officers are searching a number of places in the wider area. He is a keen walker and walks along rivers and canals. He has gone missing previously and was found in the Lake District. I would like to hear from anyone who has seen someone fitting his description since about 11pm on Tuesday night.
He is described as white, 5ft 10ins tall, stocky build with a round face. He has short dark brown greying hair and brown eyes. He is possibly wearing a navy and black coat and dark blue jeans and a fur hat with side flaps.
A scooter rider is seriously injured in hospital after being in a crash in Horsforth near Leeds.
It happened in the early hours of this morning (Saturday November 29, 2014) when he was travelling from West Park along the Ring Road towards the junction of Low Lane when the scooter collided with a curb. The rider was thrown from the scooter onto a grass verge.
The male rider was taken to Leeds General Infirmary where he is receiving treatment for serious, potentially life threatening injuries.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
Police are searching for a burglar in Leeds who punched a pensioner in her own home and stole her jewellery. The 62-year-old returned to her house in Horsforth to find the man upstairs.
PC Sam Warburton, who is investigating the incident, said: "The victim has quite understandably been very upset by the incident and we are appealing for assistance from the public to catch this man."
A speed camera in Leeds may have pushed one motorist too far, after it was burnt out.
The camera on A65, New Road Side, Horsforth was set on fire on Tuesday night.
One resident said: "My daughter rang me. She lives just down the road and said she had seen the whole thing up in flames."
The camera has been the source of much annoyance to drivers before as a shopkeeper said: "That particular camera has been targeted before. It's the last one on the road before the speed limit changes from 30 to 40. I see them coming to change the film in it pretty much every week."