Police looking owner of pit bull that bit child at Old Bill’s

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Maybe you took pictures of the man. Maybe you know him.

Police are searching for the identity of a man who was at Old Bill’s on the town square Saturday. He is wanted for questioning in an incident where his dog, believed to be a pit bull breed, bit a child causing a puncture wound that required medical attention.

According to organizers of the event, Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, if you took pictures during the event please look through them as the Jackson Police are in search of an unidentified man who was there and may be in someone’s photos.

The man was a stocky gentleman in his 30s with dark hair and eyes, possibly but not definitively of Asian descent. He had a small, light, brown and white dog with pit bull features, wearing an orange harness that said “Do Not Pet Me.”

The two may have also walked or ran in the 5k or 10k but they did visit booths on town square.

The Jackson Police Department thanks you for sending photos, information, or any record of business you may have done with this gentleman and/or his dog to: [email protected]. You can also call 307-733-2331 with any pertinent information.

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