Mexican pack of stray dogs 'kills four' in park

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Authorities in Mexico are investigating the deaths of four people reportedly killed by a pack of dogs in a park.

The bodies of the victims, including a mother and her baby, were covered in what appeared to be bite marks, and police found their belongings nearby.

At least 25 dogs living in Cerro de la Estrella, a hilly woodland in the east of Mexico City, have been rounded up by investigators.

James Kelly reports.

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