– A dog has been stabbed to death by a Met police officer during a drugs search in Lewisham, south-east London. It happened after police executed a drugs search warrant on a property in Lonsdale Close, at about 06:20 GMT. A trainee detective constable, aged 39, was bitten by a dog which clamped its jaws onto his leg, police said. “The dog was stabbed with a knife by an officer at the scene and has died as a result of its injuries,” a Scotland Yard spokesman said.
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