NO ARRESTS have yet to be made after a woman was attacked by two dogs in Winchester.

Susana Ingram was walking along St Catherine’s Hill on July 26 at around 4.10pm when she came across a group of people and two dogs.

The 57-year-old said: “I banged my head as one of the dogs had leaped at me – I was stunned. That dog then had me by my shoulder and waist and the other dog was pulling me by my thigh.

“I thought I was going to be ripped apart.”

Following the attack police appealed for information, but more than two weeks on police have yet to make any arrests and the investigation is ongoing.

The dog owners were two men and two woman, described as all being aged in their late 20s to early 30s, and they had a pushchair with them. They are believed to have left the area with the dogs after the attack.

A police spokesperson: “Did you see these people in the area? Do you know who they are?”

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, quoting 44200280009.

Following the incident Susana says she remains “shaken”, she hopes action will be taken against the dogs and the owners.

“They were vicious - they [the dogs] should be put down quite frankly. The owners were highly irresponsible.”