The owner of the pack of dogs that caused an evening of chaos in a village near Norwich has been warned by police as an investigation continues.

The rampage, which took place last month, saw four dogs kill a cat and seven chickens after escaping a home in Bawburgh.

Horrified school children and their parents leaving a parents' evening watched on as the dogs mauled the cat outside Bawburgh School.

The dogs also damaged a number of fences as they ran down Hockering Lane, Harts Lane and Stocks Hill at about 6.30pm on Tuesday, March 28.

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There were also unconfirmed reports the dogs had killed a further cat and chicken.

Following the incident, police say they have now spoken to the owner of the dogs about ensuring they are kept in the property securely.

A police spokeswoman said: "Officers have spoken to the owner about ensuring the dogs are secure in the property and the dogs were returned to their owner once the appropriate measures were in place.

"The investigation is ongoing."