Dog Bites Would-Be Burglar in the Groin

Man bit during a home invasion, police say

A dog chomped down on a would-be burglar during a home invasion in Bucks County.

Two men, both with covered faces, knocked on the door of a home on Stafford Place in Lower Makefield Township around 8:20 p.m. Tuesday and burst in after a woman opened the door, township police told the Bucks County Courier Times.

Once inside, the men -- one with a knife -- confronted a sleeping man and asked him where the safe is located.

The man didn’t tell the would-be burglars where to look. The alleged burglars then chased the woman out of the home and tried grabbing her before fleeing, police Capt. Tom Roche told the Courier Times.

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The whole time the men were chasing the woman, one of them was bleeding from his groin-area, according to police.

The investigation is ongoing.

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