Five people have been arrested after four police officers were injured in a dog attack in Pembrokeshire on Saturday.
The officers were attacked by two dogs while making inquiries at a house in Haverfordwest.
They were taken to hospital following the incident on Saturday afternoon and discharged after treatment.
A Dyfed-Powys Police spokeswoman said: “Dyfed-Powys Police can confirm that, while making inquiries at an address in Haverfordwest, four police officers were injured by two dogs and taken to hospital.
“They were later discharged after treatment.
“Three men and two women have been arrested following the incident, which occurred in Goat Street on the afternoon of Saturday October 1 2016.
“Four currently remain in police custody, one female has been released on bail.”
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