Posted November 16, 2018 08:31:50 A dog was broken in two by a shark and then a car in Australia’s west coast on Saturday, according to reports.
The incident happened in the coastal town of Maribyrnong, south of the Gold Coast, local news outlet The Age reported.
Police told the local ABC the two dogs were taken to a local vet, who confirmed that one had suffered a broken tooth and the other had a cracked tooth.
The police said the car involved in the collision was towed to a nearby petrol station and the owner was not injured.
Police are looking for two men in their 40s, aged between 50 and 60, and they are described as being of Middle Eastern appearance and between five-foot-nine and five-feet-eight inches tall.
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