Police Blotter: Man Attacked by 3 Dogs; Church Burglarized

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    Here's a list of recent activities drawing the attention of Texas law enforcement. List compiled on March 18, 2013.

    Second Sexual Assault in Lake Highlands
    Dallas police are continuing their investigation into a second rape in the Lake Highlands neighborhood in recent weeks.  The latest attack took place Friday on Ferndale Road near Audelia, not far from the location of an attack three weeks ago.  In each case, the attacker broke into the home and attacked the victim.  Police have not said if the attacks are related and the victim's account of the attacker are different.  In the most recent attack, the man was described as Hispanic, in his 20s, about 5 feet 8 inchest all with a chubby, clean-shaven face and a buzz cut.

    Ice Cream Machine Stolen From Church
    Dallas police are trying to find out who stole an ice cream machine and pressure washer from a local church.  The theft took place at the Kingdom Harvest Church of God on North Masters Drive on Sunday. Police said a woman broke into a detached garage and stole the items.  A description of the woman is not yet available.

    Dallas Man Attacked by 3 Dogs
    A 57-year-old West Dallas man is recovering after being attacked by three dogs. The man was walking down Toronto Street Sunday morning when he was bitten several times in the legs. Emergency workers took the man to the hospital.  The dogs have not been caught.

    Plano Adds to Most Wanted List
    Plano police hope social media can help them track down some hard-to-find crooks.  The department will add another face to their new Most Wanted list Monday. The department started using a most wanted list two weeks ago and will add a new suspect to the list each week.  On Monday, they released a video asking for the public's help in identifying two people wanted in connection with a purse theft.  The pair were later caught on tape using the victim's credit cards.  See the video on the department's Facebook page here.