A woman has been attacked by a dog in a park in Ewell whilst walking her own pet.

The victim was allegedly attacked by a fair-haired Border Terrier in Nonsuch Park on December 7 between 12.10pm -12.30pm.

Nonsuch Park is jointly managed by the Sutton Council and Epsom and Ewell Borough Council.

The dog which attacked the woman was accompanied by "a man in his 70s with another older medium-sized dog."

An appeal for witnesses has been made.

Anyone with any further information relating to the incident should contact Surrey Police using PR/45230139126.

A spokesperson for Surrey Police said: “We are appealing for witnesses after a woman was attacked by a dog in Nonsuch Park, Ewell Road last Thursday (7 December).

“The incident occurred between 12.10 – 12.30pm and involved a dog that was described as a fair-haired Border Terrier which attacked a woman out walking with

her own pet.

“The dog was being walked by a man in his 70s with another older medium-sized dog.

“If you saw the incident, or have any information that may help, please contact us quoting PR/45230139126 via DM @SurreyPolice.”