LUBBOCK, Texas – The Lubbock Police Department announced that two dogs believed to be related to an attack in North Lubbock were taken into custody by Animal Control Tuesday evening.

Police said the dogs no longer posed a danger to the public.

LPD said the call came in at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday in reference to a woman being attacked by aggressive dogs in the 2500 block of Cesar Chavez Drive.

Police said the woman had moderate injuries. According to police, someone who witnessed the attack fired several shots at the dogs.

A photojournalist at the scene witnessed a dead body at that location. However, police said at the time it was not known if the body was related to the situation with the dogs.

One dog was taken into custody at the scene, and two others were found Tuesday evening.

Police thanked the public for their help.