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Animal control officers capture dangerous dogs in Jupiter Farms

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Posted at 8:41 AM, Jan 09, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-09 14:37:56-05

JUPITER, Fla. — Animal control officers have captured two dangerous dogs that injured at least two people in the Jupiter Farms area.

Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control put out a warning on Wednesday morning about the animals, saying they hurt two people in the 15000 block of 92nd Way North.

ACC said the animals are american bulldogs. One has brindle coloring with a darker face, and the other is white.

A spokesperson from ACC confirms to WPTV the dogs will be euthanized.